Window on the West: Chicago and the Art of the New Frontier, 1890-1940

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Hudson Hills, 2003 - Art - 184 pages
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A social and cultural history of the role played by Chicago artists and their patrons in the evolution of depicting the landscape and people of the American West. Works by a variety of artists including Remington, MacNeil, Ufer, Higgins, and O'Keeffe.
 

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Contents

THE CHICAGO OF 1 8 9 3
1
GEORGE E HAROING ANO FREOERIC REMINGTON
79
THE MOOERN WEST
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Glossary of Names Institutions and Organizations Jennifer Downs
147
Checklist of the Exhibition
163
Selected Bibliography
173
Index
179
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Judith A. Barter is curator of American Art, Ghenete Zelleke is curator of European Decorative Arts, and Martha Tedeschi is curator of Prints and Drawings, all at the Art Institute of Chicago. Debra Mancoff teaches at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Douglas Nickel is director of the Center for Creative Photography, Tucson.

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