Catalog of the exhibition held at the University of Pittsburgh and other places Mar. 10-May 25, 1977.
|Statement||selected by the University Art Gallery, University of Pittsburgh ; [edited by Jean McCullough ; catalogue entries prepared by Evangeline Beldecos ... et al. ; photographs by Bert Bell].|
|Contributions||McCullough, Jean., Beldecos, Evangeline., Bell, Bert., University of Pittsburgh. University Art Gallery.|
|LC Classifications||N6535.P6 A77|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||47 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||78105515|
A marvel of modern technology and leader in iron and steel making, coke production, and glass manufacturing, nineteenth-century Pittsburgh acquired a near-mythical status. The city became a symbol of American industrial might and was depicted in everything from fine art to advertising materials.5/5(1). The Art Newspaper is the journal of record for the visual arts world, covering international news and events. Based in London and New York, the English-language publication is part of a network of. This is a volume for the serious student of design history who wants to view a visual history of room decor through art of 19th century decoration. There are more than images of art and photos of actual rooms. The images are primarily chronological and from all parts of England and by: 5. A full-text collection of over one hundred textbooks published in the s; includes two surveys of historic schoolbooks by Dr. John A. Nietz, the founder of the Nietz Old Textbook Collection. The 19th Century Schoolbooks Collection contains schoolbooks from the Nietz Old Textbook Collection. In addition, this online collection also contains.
Produced to accompany an exhibition hosted by the Frick Art & Historical Center as part ofPittsburgh , a regional celebration of the founding of Pittsburgh in , the book features works selected from private, public, corporate, and club collections in Pittsburgh, as . The Smithsonian American Art Museum is home to one of the most significant collections of African American art in the world. In , SAAM organized the exhibition African American Art in the 20th Century that is traveling to several cities across the United States.. This exhibition presents nearly 50 paintings and sculptures by 32 African American artists from SAAM’s collection. Selected nineteenth century essays, Art in Nineteenth-Century Pittsburgh: An Exhibition Selected By the University Art Gallery, University of Pittsburgh. Introductory Essay by David Wilkins This paperback book is SEWN, where the book block is actually sewn (smythe sewn/section sewn) with thread before binding which results in a more. Recently, the Frick Art and Historical Center hosted an exhibition of all currently known nineteenth century printed views of Pittsburgh. In conjunction with that exhibit, the Frick has produced this book, which is a complete catalogue of all of the printed views included in its exhibition.
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