[read online Textbooks] American Modernism: Highlights from the Philadelphia Museum of ArtAuthor Jessica Smith – Z55z.co

With An Emphasis On Painting And Sculpture Made In The United States Between And , This Gorgeously Illustrated Volume Offers A Rich Introduction To American Modernism Through The World Class Collection Of The Philadelphia Museum Of Art The Lively Text, Which Includes Previously Unpublished Archival Photos, Examines The Roles That The Museum And The City Of Philadelphia Played In Promoting Modernism From Its Inception Works By Internationally Acclaimed Artists From The Circle Of Photographer And Gallerist Alfred Stieglitz, Including Arthur Dove, Marsden Hartley, Georgia O Keeffe, And Charles Sheeler, Are Featured Here Alongside Works By Artists Left Outside The Mainstream Of Art History The Book Draws Visual Connections Across Works By These Artists While Creating Compelling Juxtapositions That Tell A Story Of Modern American Art That Is Unique To The Philadelphia Museum Of Art

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  1. Freddy Freddy says:

    I visited the Philadelphia Museum of Art when the show, American Modernism, 1910 to 1950 was running I enjoyed the show very much Jessica Todd Smith and her supporting crew did an outstanding job of putting together an interesting show on an important topic.When I attend these special shows, I often buy the accompanying book, which the PMOA often publishes as a go with.This book is titled, Highlights from In other words, not everything that was in the show is included in this volume It is a very nice accompaniment to the show and I am happy to own it However, there were some really interesting things in the show that I wish had been included in this book I would have very much like to have seen the two formal dresses that were in the show They were striking and spoke very succinctly to the theme of American Modernism Additionally, the show included informative captions for the displayed artworks These sub captions are not included along with the artworks in the book The book would be educational if these sub captions had been included But otherwise, the book does a good job of covering the basic structure of the show And it is a good general reference volume that I am happy to add to my modest library on art.