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The Falling Gladiator William Rimmer -1861 -* Not only a consummate display of anatom knowl, but also representation of a human being racked in pain -
The Dying Centeur William Rimmer -1861 c - -
Flight and Pursuit William Rimmer -1872 -* One ofthe most haunting and surreal image in 19th<br />- Depths of troubled spirit -
Despair + William Rimmer -1830 -- Psycho torment<br />* Possibly 1st nude done in Am -
The Sailor’s Wedding Richard Caton Woodville -1852 - -
The Image Peddler Francis W. Edmunds -1844 - -
The Money Diggers John Quidor -1832 -Became one of his most famous -
The Return of Rip van Winkle John Quidor -1839 c -Even more popular than his Money Diggers -
Anthony van Corlear John Quidor -1839 c - -
Art versus Law David Gilmore Blythe -1859-60 - -
The Bone Player William Sydney Mount -1856 - -
Eel Spearing at Setauket William Sydney Mount -1845 -Creates a realistic illusion of believable forms in space<br /><br />First monumental black woman in American painting<br /><br />Reflects stylistic lessons he had learned from 17th century Dutch genre painting -
The Power of Music William Sydney Mount -1847 - -
Cider Making William Sydney Mount -1841 - -
Farmer's Nooning William Sydney Mount -1836 -Classical sculpture (faun) -
Fur Traders Descending the Missouri George Caleb Bingham -1845 c - -
Raftsmen Playing Cards George Caleb Bingham -1847 - -
The Jolly Flatboatmen George Caleb Bingham -1846 - -
The County Election George Caleb Bingham -1850 c - -
Shooting for the Beef George Caleb Bingham -1850 - -
White Cloud: Chief of the Iowas George Catlin -1845 c - -
Horse Chief George Catlin -1834 - -
Mandan Village: Bull Society Dance George Catlin -1832 - -
The Hatch Family Eastman Johnson -1871 - -
Old Kentucky Home Eastman Johnson -1859 - -
Corn Husking Eastman Johnson -1860 - -
In the Fields Eastman Johnson -1875 - -
Picnicing in the Woods Winslow Homer -1858 -wood engraving -
The War for the Union: The Bayonet Charge Winslow Homer -1862 -wood engraving -
The War for the Union: A Cavalry Charge Winslow Homer -1862 -wood engraving -
Sharpshooter Winslow Homer -1862 - -
Sharpshooter wd Winslow Homer -1862 -wood engraving -
Bivouac Fire on the Potomac Winslow Homer -1861 -wood engraving -
the Great Russian Ball Winslow Homer -1863 -wood engraving -
Prisoners from the Front Winslow Homer -1866 - -
Weaning the Calf Winslow Homer -1870s c - -
Homeward Bound Winslow Homer -1867 -One of Martin's favorite wood engravings -
Deer Drinking Winslow Homer -1892 -Watercolor<br /><br />Rarely has an artist and a medium been so well suited to one another - allows him freshness/immediacy -
Flower Garden, Nassau Winslow Homer -1890 c -water color -
Nassau Winslow Homer -1899 -water color -
Croquet Scene Winslow Homer -1866 - -
Long Branch, NJ Winslow Homer -1869 -Goes outside and studies light; abrupt changes of dark and light more closely approximate reality/visiual truth; no one else in America does this -
Gloucester Farm Winslow Homer - - -
Snap the Whip Winslow Homer -1872 -wood engraving -
Snap the Whip Winslow Homer -1872 - -
Dad’s Coming Winslow Homer -* - -
Breezing Up Winslow Homer -1876 c - -
The Gale Winslow Homer -1881 -Threat of the sea; from this point forward the sea b/c the dominate theme in Homer's work -
Life Line Winslow Homer -1884 - -
Undertow Winslow Homer -1886 - -
Fog Warning Winslow Homer -1885 - -
The Gulf Stream Winslow Homer -1899 -Almost all of his works up to this point seemed to point to this climatic painting<br><br>Grim view of existence -
Black man on beach Winslow Homer -* - -
West Point, Prout's Neck Winslow Homer -1900 - -
Rocks/Sea X2 Winslow Homer -* - -
The Fox Hunt Winslow Homer -1893 - -
Right and Left Winslow Homer -1900? - -
Mrs. Letitia Bacon Thomas Eakins -1888 - -
Max Schmitt in a Single Scull Thomas Eakins -1871 - -
Will Schuster and Blackman Going Shooting for Rail Thomas Eakins -1876 - -
Walt Whitman Thomas Eakins -* - -
William Rush Carving his Allegorical Figure of the Schuylkill river Thomas Eakins -1877 - -
William Ruch Carving Thomas Eakins -1908 - -
The Swimming Hole Thomas Eakins -1882 -Height of influence as teacher; leaders of this new American art to break w/ academy -
The Gross Clinic Thomas Eakins -1875 - -
The Thinker Thomas Eakins -1900 - -
Wrestlers Thomas Eakins -* - -
Agnew Clinic Thomas Eakins -* - -
Negroe Boy Dancing Thomas Eakins -1878 - -
Steelworkers--Noontime Thomas Anshutz -1880 -Human figure studies -
After the Hunt William Michael Harnett -1885 -***His masterpiece<br><br>Sources = large photographic still lifes by Adolf Braun in 1860s -
Music and Good Luck William Michael Harnett -1888 - -
The Social Club.. Pipe William Michael Harnett -1880 c - -
The Colt William Michael Harnett -* - -
The Poor Man’s Store John Frederick Peto -1885 - -
The Cup John Frederick Peto -1904 - -
The Artist's Pack John Frederick Peto -1888 -"Rack" type = category of deceptive painting; popular in early 19th century -
Jonah and the Whale Albert Pinkham Ryder -1880s c - -
The Flying Dutchman Albert Pinkham Ryder -1887 - -
Siegfried and the Rhine Maidens Albert Pinkham Ryder -1875-91 - -
The Dead Bird Albert Pinkham Ryder -1890-1900 - -
Toilers of the Sea Albert Pinkham Ryder -1882 c - -
The Race Track Albert Pinkham Ryder -1895-1910 c - -
Moonlit Marine Albert Pinkham Ryder -1885-90 c - -
Moonlight, Indian Encampment Ralph Blakelock -1885-9 - -
Moonlight Ralph Blakelock -1885 c - -
The Qustioner of the Sphinx Elihu Vedder -1863 -Through works like this Vedder became recognized as america's leading exponent of the supernatural in painting<br><br> -
Lair of theSea Serpent Elihu Vedder -1863-4 - -
Memory Elihu Vedder -* - -
The Cup of Death Elihu Vedder -1885 -Illustration made him famous, and set the standard for artist designed books from that point forward -
The Art of Rome Elihu Vedder -1894 - -
Peacocks and Peonies John La Farge -1893 - -
Maua, our Boatman John La Farge -1891 - -
Infant Bacchus John La Farge -1880 c -1st truly such program of its kind on a monumental scale in America (Trinity Church, Boston) -
Bridal Path, Tahiti John La Farge -1890 c - -
An Eclogue Kenyon Cox -1890 -"Eclogue" = pastoral poem in form of dialog; inspired by Virgil<br><br>Realistic and idealized -
The Days Thomas Wilmer Dewing -1887 - -
Summer Thomas Wilmer Dewing -1890 c -*Influence of Whistler and his nocturnes lead to development of a style in America known as "tonalism" -
Angel Abbott Handerson Thayer -1889 c -Based off of Gibson Girl -
Charity Abbott Handerson Thayer -1894 c - -
Virgin Abbott Handerson Thayer -* - -
Athens John La Farge -* -Memories of 16th/17th Montagna, Porzo, Cortona (mural painting)<br>Based on Venus de Milo<br> -
Nocturne in Black and Gold: The Falling Rocket James McNeill Whistler -1874 c -Exhibits falling rocket 1877 in London; John Ruskin hated it<br>Lawsuit for liable<br> -
Black Lion Wharf, (etching) James McNeill Whistler -1859 - -
The Lagoon, Venice: Overture in Blue and Silver James McNeill Whistler -1864 c - -
Chelsea Wharf: Gray and Silver + Battered Sea Bridge James McNeill Whistler -1875 c - -
The White Girl/Symphony in White, No. 1 James McNeill Whistler -1861-62 -Famous/notorious; rejected from Royal Academy and Salon in Paris; exhibited it at Salon de Refuse -
The Princess of the Porcelain Country James McNeill Whistler -1864 - -
The Peacock Room James McNeill Whistler -1876-7 - -
The Artist's Mother: Arrangement in Gray and Black, No. 1 James McNeill Whistler -1871 - -
Theodore Duret James McNeill Whistler -1882-84 - -
Spanish Dancer John Singer Sargent -* - -
El Jaleo John Singer Sargent -1880 - -
Daughters of Edward Darley Boit John Singer Sargent -1882 -Calculating groups, strong value contrasts<br><br>Pattern and design reminds of Whistler/Japanese influence -
Madame Gautreau/X John Singer Sargent -1884 -Essence of late 19th century feminine refinement -
Muddy Allegators John Singer Sargent -1900 c -Watercolor -
The Stream John Singer Sargent - - -
The Bathers John Singer Sargent -1917 c - -
The Bather John Singer Sargent -* - -
Lady Agnew John Singer Sargent -1892-93 c -Paint looks like tinted whipped cream -
The Boating Party Mary Cassatt -1893 - -
The Letter Mary Cassatt -1891 -Aquatint and dry point; 10 etchings/engravings<br><br>*One of the most beautiful graphic prints made by an American artist* -
The Bath Mary Cassatt -1891 -shows the influence of post impressionists like Gauguin -
After the Bath Mary Cassatt -1891 c -Pastel -
Eakins/Sargent Nude Figure Study CF. CF - - -
Eastern Penitentiary, Plan, Philadelphia<br /><br />*Most famous work<br /><br />1st prison in country to be designed on radial principle John Haviland -1821-37 -Gothic -
Naval Hospital, Porstmouth, Va John Haviland -1826 -Greek Revival -
NY Halls of Justice (The Tombs) John Haviland -1835-34 -Egyptian revival -
Chapel of St Mary’s Seminary, Baltimore Maximilian Godefroy -1807 -1st Gothic revival church in Am -
Trinity Church, NYC Richard Upjohn -1839-46 -1st full fledged NeoGothic church; 1st to look like medieval building<br><br>Reformed English perpendicular -
Trinity Church, Warsaw, NY Richard Upjohn -1854 -Seen at best in smaller churches<br><br>"Board and batton" construction = carpentry sheathing -
Kingscote, Newport, R.I. Richard Upjohn -1838 -Tudor Gothic in style<br><br>Rarely used Gothic for domestic arch -
Grace Church James Renwick, Jr. -* -Nys wealthiest and most fashionable church -
S. Patrick’s Cathedral, NYC James Renwick, Jr. -* -*1st church in Am to embody clearly the influence of Frnch Gothic architecture<br><br>Climax of his church architecture<br><br>Catholic -
Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. 1847-55 James Renwick, Jr. - -1st monumental use of the Romanesque style in a public building<br><br>Symmetrical plan -
Lyndhurst, Tarrytown, NY Ithiel Town and Alexander Jackson Davis -1838 (and 1865-7) - -
Customs House, NYC Ithiel Town and Alexander Jackson Davis -1833-42 - -
Old Whaler’s Church, Sag Harbbor, L. I., NY Minard Lafever -1843-44 -Egyptian revival -
Grove Street Cemetry, Hew Haven, Ct Henry Austin -1845-48 -Egyptian revival -
The Architecture of Country House A.J. Downing -* - -
George Burne (not Downing) Wedding Cake House A.J. Downing -* -**known as carpenter Gothic -
The Crystal Palace George Carstenson and Charles Gildemeister -* -Iron and glass<br><br>Orientalesque details -
The Bogardus Factory James Bogardus -1850c -*1st cast iron structure in America -
Haughwout Building, NY John Gaynor and Daniel Badger -1857 -Represents a transition from eclectic revival style popular in 19th to new manner created by young architects (Sullivan, Wright)<br><br>*1st to introduce the passenger elevator (NY); skyscraper in Chi -
Memorial Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge Ware & van Brunt -1870-78 -Victorian Gothic/Italian Gothic -
The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Frank Furness -1872-76 -1st important comission<br><br>Ruskin inspired; Romanesque elements -
Marshall Field Wholesale Store Henry Hobson Richardson -1885-87 -Here sets standard for commercial building which set the stage for the skyscraper in Chicago and Sullivan<br><br>his last major work; historically most imp building -
Trinity Church, Boston Henry Hobson Richardson -1872-77 -French Romanesque -
Crane Memorial Library, Quincy, Mass. Henry Hobson Richardson -1880-83 -Romanesque revival<br><br>one of his imp functional contrib is development of hte library; 5 libraries bt 1877-1883<br><br>most coherent and concise statement in the library form -
The Watts Sherman House, Newport, Rhode Island Henry Hobson Richardson -1875 -*1st example in Am of what we call the Queen Anne style<br><br>*Interior is based on a new concept of open, free flowing space -
The Breakers Richard Morris Hunt -* - -
Biltmore, Ashville, North Carolina Richard Morris Hunt -1895 -Landscaping (Central Park) - Frederick Law Homestead<br><br>French Ren/Gothic -
Isaac Bell House, Newport, Rhode Island Firm of McKim, Mead and White -1882-3 - -
The Villard Houses, NYC Firm of McKim, Mead and White -1885 - -
The Boston Public Library Firm of McKim, Mead and White -1888 - -
Home Insurance Building, Chicago William Le Baron Jenney -1883-85 -1st completely metal framed building in America, his best known work<br><br>steel girders were used in upper stories; 1st use of steel gurders in a building in America<br><br>Influential to Burnham and Sullivan<br> -
Reliance Building, Chicago Burham and Root -1894-5 -landmark on road to America's modern arch and development of skyscraper -
Monadnock Burham and Root -1889-91 - -
Wainwright Building, St. Louis, Missouri Louis Sullivan (Adler and Sullivan) -1890-1 -richness of decoration b/c one of the trademarks of his architecture -
Guaranty Building, Buffalo, NY Louis Sullivan (Adler and Sullivan) -1895 - -
Carson, Pirie, Scott and Company, Chicago Louis Sullivan (Adler and Sullivan) -1899 -Art nouveau -
Merchants National Bank, Iowa Louis Sullivan (Adler and Sullivan) -1914 - -
Farmer’s & Merchant Union Bank, Wisconsin Louis Sullivan (Adler and Sullivan) -1919-20 - -
Frederick Robie House Frank Lloyd Wright -1908-9 -!st success is domestic architecture and his prairie houses<br><br>Departed from W. tradition of arch<br><br>Analytic cubism, Mondrian, etc. -
Johnson Wax Building, Racine, Wisconsin Frank Lloyd Wright -1936-39 -Commercial; Gropius influence -
The Guggenheim, NYC Frank Lloyd Wright -1943; 1957-59 -most idiosyncratic creation by Wright -
Failing Water (aka The Kauffman House) Frank Lloyd Wright -1936 -called the most beautiful house in Am, at least best well known<br><br>organic architecture -
The Admiral David Farragut Memorial Augustus Saint-Gaudens -1881 -example of civil war memorials that will soon populate almost all American cities -
Shaw Memorial, Boston Augustus Saint-Gaudens -1884-96 - -
The Adams Memorial Augustus Saint-Gaudens -1886-91 - -
General Sherman Memorial, NYC Augustus Saint-Gaudens -* -*Last major work, demonstrates he is a perfectionist in art and technique -
Diana, gilded bronze Augustus Saint-Gaudens -1894 - -
detail of Lincoln Monument Daniel Chester French -1922 - -
The Minute Man Daniel Chester French -1873 - -
The Angel of Death and the Sculptor, bronze? Daniel Chester French -1891-92 - -
Priestess and Infant Faun, bronze Frederick Mac Monnies -1893 -Boston Public Library; REAL MODEL -
Triumph of Civic Virtue Frederick Mac Monnies -1928 - -
Struggle of the Two Natures in Man George Grey Barnard -1894 -Carrara marble -
Entrance to State Capital of Pennsylvania George Grey Barnard -* - -
Whistling Boy Frank Duveneck -1872 - -
Turkish Page Frank Duveneck -1876 -Munich style -
A Friendly Call William Merritt Chase -1895 c -Whistler influence -
In the Studio William Merritt Chase -1880 c - -
Near the Beach, Shinnecock William Merritt Chase -1898 c - -
At the Seaside William Merritt Chase -1892 c - -
Mrs. Chase: Lady with a White Shawl William Merritt Chase -1893 - -
The Red Bridge Julian Alden Weir -1895 - -
Winter Landscape Theodore Robinson -1889 -Could say tech isn't impressionism... -
Beneath the Snow John Twachtman -1902 c -Reduced to flat tonal areas that anticipate abstract painting f 20th century -
Union Square in Spring Childe Hassam -1896 - -
Rainy Day, Boston Childe Hassam -1885 -Tonal -
Grand Prix Day Childe Hassam -1887 - -
Washington in Spring Childe Hassam -1890 - -
July Night Childe Hassam -1900 - -
Flag Day Childe Hassam -1916 c -*Most famous works<br><br>Influence of Manet -
Point Lobos, Carmel Childe Hassam -1914 - -
Room of Flowers Childe Hassam -1894? - -
Edna + Wee Moreen Robert Henri -1915 + 1926 - -
Snow in New York Robert Henri -1902 - -
Eva Green Robert Henri -* - -
Little Dutch Girl in White Robert Henri -* - -
Chez Mouquin William Glackens -1905 - -
Hammerstein’s Roof William Glackens -1901 c - -
London Hippodrome Everett Shinn -1902 - -
Early Morning, Paris, n.d. Everett Shinn -1900 c - -
The Spielers George Luks -1905 -Inspiration in Manet and Velaz, partic in earthy/good natured themes of Halls -
Alan Street George Luks -* - -
Cliff Dwellers George Bellows -1913 -Bellows at his best<br><br>One of the most powerful/richly painted examples of tenement life<br><br>As important as print maker as painter<br>One of Ashcan's superstars -
Both Members of this Club George Bellows -1909 - -
Stag at Sharkeys George Bellows -1909 -Never was boxing so in terms of classical forms -
42 Kids/Boys on the Riverbank George Bellows -* - -
McSorley’s Bar John Sloan -1912 - -
Backyards, Greenwich Village John Sloan -1914 -sense of beauty -
6th avenue, Elevated at 3rd Street John Sloan -1928 - -
South Beach Bathers John Sloan -* - -
Wake of Ferry, Wake of Ferry 2 John Sloan -* - -
Central Park Maurice Prendergast -1908-10 - -
Decorative Composition Maurice Prendergast -1914 c - -
Melting Snow Ernest Lawson -1910 c - -
Peggy’s Cove Nova Scotia Ernest Lawson -1910 c - -
Untitled Arthur B. Davies - - -
Early Sunday Morning Cape Cod? Lighthouse Edward Hopper -* - -
Cape Cod Morning? Edward Hopper -* - -
Nighthawks Edward Hopper -1942 -Best known painting<br>Hemmingway's "The Killers" -
Automat Edward Hopper -1927 - -
The Evening Wind etching Edward Hopper -1921 - -
Eastside Interior etching Edward Hopper -* - -
Third Avenue El Reginald Marsh -1931 -Tempera on masonite -
Coney Island Reginald Marsh -* - -
Tattoo and a Haircut Reginald Marsh -* - -
Sunbathers Reginald Marsh -* - -
Tuesday Night at the Savoy Reginald Marsh -1930 -Caricatures in style; distorted -
Negroes on Rockaway Beach Reginald Marsh -1934 -Colors/glazes, egg tempera, luminosity<br /><br />Rubens influence, Titian and Tintoretto; human sexuality<br><br>Race = incidental -
High Yellow (aka The Yellow Dress) Reginald Marsh -1930 c - -
Georgia O’Keefe Stieglitz -* - -
Steerage Stieglitz -* - -
Pioneer Days and Early Settlers Thomas Hart Benton -1935-6 -*His major regionalist work -
detail: Huck Finn + Lithograph Thomas Hart Benton -* - -
Persephone Thomas Hart Benton -1939 -Power of Greek mythology -
Susanna and the Elders.1938 Thomas Hart Benton -* - -
Plowing Down Under1934 Thomas Hart Benton -* -Marrys idea of artistic creativity w/ uniquely regional themes; captures changing place of Midwest -
Cotton Pickers Thomas Hart Benton -* - -
Lithograph of Aaron Thomas Hart Benton -* -Succeeds as displaying a black man w/ feeling/warmth -
The Mississippi John Steuart Curry -1935 - -
Tornado over Kansas John Steuart Curry -* - -
American Gothic Grant Wood -1930 -*Backdrop = carpenter Gothic -
Arbor Day Grant Wood -1932 - -
Woman with Plant Grant Wood - - -
Midnight Rider Paul Revere Grant Wood -* - -
January Corn Stacks in Snow Grant Wood -* - -
Rappaports Stuart Davis -1952 - -
Untitled NY Mural Stuart Davis -1932 - -
Bicycle Wheel Marcel Duchamp -1913 - -
The Fountain Marcel Duchamp -1917 -Society of Individual Artists refused -
Nude Descending the Staircase Marcel Duchamp -* - -
The Gift Man Ray (Dada) - - -
Ingres’ Violin Man Ray (Dada) - - -
Object Joseph Cornell: -1941 -"Assemblage" for his constructions -
Box Construction Joseph Cornell: - - -
Black Wall Louise Nevelson (Hans Hoffmann) -1964 -Black = essence of the universe<br><br>Abstract but poetic/spiritual message/feel; lingering reference to the objects former existence<br><br>Maintenance nightmare -
Another Wall… Gold Louise Nevelson (Hans Hoffmann) -* - -
Red Canna + "Morning Glory" Georgia O’Keeffe -1923 - -
Jack in the Pulpit Georgia O’Keeffe -1923 c - -
Radiator Builidng at Night Georgia O’Keeffe -1927 - -
Shelton Hotel Georgia O’Keeffe -1926 - -
Rancho Church Georgia O’Keeffe -1930 - -
Portrait of a German Officer Marsden Hartley (Der Blaue Reiter) -1914 - -
My Egypt Charles Demuth -1927 - -
I Saw the Figure 5 in Gold Charles Demuth -1928 -Inspired by Carl Williams poem/homage -
Love Love Love Charles Demuth -1928 -Gertrude Stein -
Upper Deck Charles Sheeler -1929 - -
American Landscape Charles Sheeler -* - -
Lobster Trap and Fish Tail Alexander Calder -1939 - -
Going Fishing Arthur Garfield Dove -* - -
Philadelphia Savings Fund Society Building Lescaze and Howe -1931-32 - -
Farnsworth House Mies van der Rohe -1950 (Illinois) -Typical of "less is more" -
Seagram Building Mies van der Rohe -1954-58 (NYC) -Whether designing schools, apt, or office buildings, he uses the same simple rect<br /><br />*Masterpiece<br><br>Modern corporate America itself; dominated America after WWII for 20-30 years -
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