An American Point of View: The Daniel J. Terra Collection ; [publ. in Conjunction with the Exhibitions "D'une Colonie À Une Collection. Le Musée D'Art Américain Giverny Fête Ses Dix Ans", Musée D'Art Américain Giverny (March 29 - June 16, 2002) and "A Place on the Avenue. Terra Museum of American Art Celebrates Fifteen Years in Chicago" (November 2, 2002 - March 2, 2003)]

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Musée D'art Américain Giverny Publications, 2002 - Art - 207 pages
This comprehensive, richly illustrated book spans the years from the Revolutionary War to World War II, presenting the 97 key works in the collection.

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A Pennsylvania native who made his fortune in fast-drying printer's ink, Terra (1911-1996) was praised by Ronald Reagan as a man who was "doing more for American art than any other man in the history ... Read full review


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