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Item Number: 115142
Title: Celebrating the American Spirit : Masterworks from Crystal Bridges : Museum of American Art
Author: Crosman, Christopher B. ; Emily D. Shapiro (et al)
Price: Not Available
ISBN: 9781555953713
Description: Bentonville, Manchester and New York: Crystal Birdges Museum of American Art, in association with Hudson Hills Press, 2011. 28cm., hardcover, 356pp. illus., most in color. Publisher's summary : Located on a 120-acre campus within walking distance of the thriving center of Bentonville, Arkansas, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art is the first major museum dedicated to American art to open to the public in nearly half a century. The museumís growing collection offers a superb overview of American art from the colonial era to the present day. Its quality, range, and depth rival that of the best museums in the country. Holdings include art historical icons such as Asher Brown Durandís Kindred Spirits (1849), George Wesley Bellowsís Excavation at Night (1908), and Norman Rockwellís Rosie the Riveter (1943). The collection features portraits by diverse artists such as Gilbert Stuart, Thomas Eakins, John Singer Sargent, and Andy Warhol; landscapes by Frederic Edwin Church, William Merritt Chase, Thomas Hart Benton, and Georgia OíKeeffe; and narrative scenes by Benjamin West, Winslow Homer, Frederic Remington, and Andrew Wyeth. The first publication to document the new museumís increasingly deep and diverse collection of American paintings and unique works of art on paper, Celebrating the American Spirit: Masterworks from Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art offers full-page color plates and succinct, insightful texts by noted American art scholars. These works figure prominently in Crystal Bridgesí inaugural installation, which is devoted to displaying the institutionís permanent collection and promised gifts. The book also features a brief illustrated essay providing an introduction to the museumís burgeoning sculpture collection and an interview with founder Alice Walton, conducted by the esteemed American art historian John Wilmerding.

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