American Masterpieces from the National Gallery of Art
Photographic reproductions of American masterpieces--from the colonial era, through Impressionism and the Hudson River School, to the present--are each accompanied by an illuminating essay by a prominent art historian.
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abstract Ailsa Mellon Bruce Alfred Stieglitz American art American collection Andrew artist Ashcan school Avalon Foundation Benjamin West Bernice Chrysler Garbisch born Boston brushwork career Catlin Chester Dale Cole color composition contemporary Cubism Davis Hatch Collection decades early Edgar William Europe evocative examples exhibited figures foreground Gallery's American genre George Bellows Georgia O'Keeffe Gift of Chester Gift of Edgar Gilbert Stuart Harnett Hassam Henschel images impressionist James McNeill Whistler John Davis Hatch John Marin John Singleton Copley Johnson Kensett landscape later Lawrence London major Marsden Hartley Mary Cassatt Mellon Bruce Fund Mellon Collection modern National Gallery nineteenth century Oil on canvas painter Paris Paul Mellon Pencil Pennsylvania Academy Philadelphia picture portraits portraiture pose Prendergast realism Rothko scenes sculpture sense strong studied style Sully Thomas Eakins tonal tradition Twachtman twentieth century vision watercolor William and Bernice Winslow Homer wove paper Wyeth York