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Fri Mar 21 17:03:51 2014 UTClccn-n790554410.24Treasures of the Old West : paintings and sculpture from the Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art /0.440.94Prints and multiples124991483n 79055441288552Art MuseumArt Museum Denver, ColoArtists' Club of DenverDAMDenver Art AssociationDenver. Art MuseumDenver Museum of Art.containsVIAFID/152770009Denver Art Associationlccn-n82087152Conn, Richardlccn-n79099279Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Artlccn-n87892791Anderson, Nancy K.lccn-n80146688Chambers, Marleneedtlccn-n81062959National Museum of American Art (U.S.)lccn-n79018407Remington, Frederic1861-1909lccn-n91105317Troccoli, Joan Carpenteredtlccn-n81029646High Museum of Artpbllccn-n81094334Shapiro, Michael Edwardlccn-n50025819Hassrick, Peter H.Denver Art MuseumExhibition catalogsCatalogsHistoryPictorial worksArtCriticism, interpretation, etcPeriodicalsUnited States, WestUnited StatesArtColorado--DenverIndian artDenver Art MuseumRemington, Frederic,Painting, AmericanArt, AmericanGreat PlainsIndians of North AmericaThomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and ArtOklahoma--TulsaFrontier and pioneer lifeTerritorial expansionTravelImpressionism (Art)Painting--Private collectionsAnschutz, PhilipNight in artItalySargent, John Singer,HandicraftDecorative artsCivilizationNorth AmericaIndians of North America--IndustriesBronzes--ExpertisingDesignAntiquitiesSouthwest, NewBuddhist artLandscape painting, BritishArt museumsArt, MongolianMongoliaIndians of North America--Material cultureSamaras, Lucas,EuropePainting, FrenchFranceGogh, Vincent van,Bolivia--Tiwanaku River ValleyTiwanaku potteryTiwanaku cultureBolivia--Tiwanaku SiteColor-field paintingArt, European--InfluenceArt, EuropeanBax, L. D.--(Lionel Drewyer),19001903191119131920192319241927192819291931193319341935193619371939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014302478991274759.13N8214.5.U6ocn490516682ocn468998085ocn185696436ocn228298268ocn8125094879586ocn022003579book19910.37Truettner, William HThe West as America : reinterpreting images of the frontier, 1820-1920Exhibition catalogs9304ocn043993520book20000.27Troccoli, Joan CarpenterPainters and the American West : the Anschutz collectionExhibition catalogsA wide variety of artists are represented in this visual tour of the Anschutz collection, regarded as the finest group of paintings of the American West still in private hands. Troccoli examines these paintings as aesthetic objects rather than historical documents. The book coincides with the traveling exhibition starting in October in Denver. 25 b&w, 230 color illustrations. This book takes us on a connoisseur's tour of art of the Old West, guiding us through the Anschutz collection, the finest group of paintings of the American West still in private hands+-+07723555857974ocn051093232book20030.31Anderson, Nancy KFrederic Remington : the color of nightCriticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogsIntroduction/ Nancy K. Anderson -- What's out there? Frederic Remington's art of darkness/ William C. Sharpe -- Dark, disquiet: Remington's late nocturnes/ Nancy Anderson -- Burning daylight: Remington, electricity, and flash photography/ Alexander Nemerov -- Nocturnes: a catalogue -- Appendix: Notes on conservation/ Ross Merrill, Thomas J. Branchick, Perry Huston, Norman E. Muller, Robert G. Proctor, Jr., Jill Whitten+-+59006664157363ocn009830896book19840.24Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and ArtTreasures of the Old West : paintings and sculpture from the Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and ArtCatalogsPictorial worksLocated in the Oklahoma Collection7195ocn049711803book20030.32Robertson, BruceSargent and ItalyCriticism, interpretation, etcArt"This extravagantly illustrated catalogue - published in association with a major transatlantic exhibition - evokes the romantic fascination with Italy that shines in the work of John Singer Sargent. Both beautiful and informative, this volume includes eighty-five color and fifty black-and-white images. It adds a new dimension to our appreciation of Sargent's art and will delight anyone who loves Italy, as Sargent so passionately did."--BOOK JACKET+-+43786664156851ocn013560638book19860.35Smith, Paul JCraft today : poetry of the physicalHistoryExhibition catalogs6113ocn007795873book19810.50Shapiro, Michael EdwardCast and recast : the sculpture of Frederic RemingtonExhibition catalogsPublished on the occasion of an exhibition organized by the National Museum of American Art and shown there Sept. 18, 1981-Jan. 3, 1982; at the Denver Art Museum, Jan. 23-Mar. 14, 1982; and at the Amon Carter Museum, May 7-July 4, 19826054ocn049683001book20010.35US design 1975-2000HistoryExhibition catalogs+-+39317864285718ocn008618332book19820.50Conn, RichardCircles of the world : traditional art of the Plains IndiansExhibition catalogs5605ocn028026630book19930.37Baetjer, KatharineGlorious nature : British landscape painting, 1750-1850Exhibition catalogs5393ocn034244466book19950.33Berger, Patricia AnnMongolia : the legacy of Chinggis KhanExhibition catalogs+-+70528755053245114ocn017264326book19880.53Samaras, LucasLucas Samaras--objects and subjects, 1969-1986Exhibition catalogs4954ocn040347355book19980.31Dumas, AnnImpressionism : paintings collected by European museumsHistoryExhibition catalogs+-+88381456354696ocn827780139book20120.35Gogh, Vincent vanBecoming van GoghExhibition catalogs"The career path of Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890), one of the world's most recognizable artists, was anything but typical. Focusing on the early stages of van Gogh's artistic development, Becoming van Gogh illustrates the artist's efforts to master draftsmanship, understand the challenges of materials and techniques, incorporate color theory, and fold myriad influences into his artistic vocabulary. Van Gogh was aware of avant-garde trends including Georges Seurat's divisionism, Paul Signac's and Camille Pissarro's pointillism, Émile Bernard's synthetism, and Henri Toulouse-Lautrec's immersion in the bohemian culture of Montmartre. This handsome book features works by van Gogh alongside works by the artists who influenced him, showing how he incorporated elements of their techniques into a style that became, eventually, uniquely his own. It features essays exploring how van Gogh imbued his early works with energy as he strove to master drawing with graphite, ink, and washes; how he began to understand color with watercolor paintings; and how he tested his skill with oils on canvas. The distinguished contributors to this volume offer insight into van Gogh's temperament, memory, typography, and relationship with his critics, among other topics. Generously illustrated with 150 color images, the book also includes a chronology charting the artist's stylistic development"--4663ocn055679655book20040.35Young-Sánchez, MargaretTiwanaku : ancestors of the IncaExhibition catalogsPublisher description: By the shores of Lake Titicaca, the largest body of water in the South American highland, rose the city of Tiwanaku. Its megalithic structures were constructed between AD 100 and 300. By 500 Tiwanaku had become the capital of an expanding empire in the Andes that endured until approximately AD 1000, when extended drought caused water levels to fall and agriculture to fail. After European colonization many of the buildings were raided for their stone, which was used to construct churches, rail stations, and houses. Less than a day's trip from La Paz, Bolivia, Tiwanaku remains one of the most impressive archeological sites in South America. Despite its fame and its economic, political, and artistic importance to such later peoples as the Incas, the Tiwanaku civilization has never been the subject of a comprehensive international art exhibition and accompanying catalog-until now. Tiwanaku introduces American audiences to the striking artwork and fascinating rituals of this highland culture through approximately one hundred works of art and cultural treasures. The range of media is unparalleled among ancient South American civilizations: large-scale stone sculptures, spectacular works in gold and silver, masterfully crafted ceramics, monumental architecture, gold and silver jewelry, and decoratively carved wood, bone, and stone objects. Of special note are the textiles, remarkably preserved by the dry climate of Tiwanaku's outposts in Chile and Peru. These finely crafted and richly decorated objects assembled from collections around the world evoke a vivid and comprehensive picture of elite life five hundred to one thousand years before the Inca Empire. This lavishly illustrated, full-color catalog features insightful scholarly essays introducing the general reader to the culture and historical context of the Tiwanaku+-+26749785354595ocn145378038book20070.56Wilkin, KarenColor as field : American painting, 1950-1975Exhibition catalogs"Color Field painting, which emerged in the United States in the 1950s, is based on radiant, uninflected hues. Exemplified by the work of Helen Frankenthaler, Morris Louis, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski, Larry Poons, and Frank Stella, among others, these stunningly beautiful and impressively scaled paintings constitute one of the crowning achievements of postwar American abstract art. Color as Field offers a long-overdue reevaluation of this important aspect of American abstract painting." "The authors examine how Color Field painting rejects the gestural, layers, and hyperemotional approach typical of Willem de Kooning and his followers, yet at the same time develops and expands ideas about all-overness and the primacy of color posited by the work of other members of the Abstract Expressionist generation, such as Adolph Gottlieb, Hans Hofmann, Robert Motherwell, Jackson Pollock, and Mark Rothko." "From the fresh historical standpoint of the twenty-first century, this reassessment ranges across the artists' individual approaches and their commonalities and poses the reconsideration of the legacy of Color Field painting."--BOOK JACKET+-+58757655854483ocn140103807book20070.56Inspiring Impressionism : the Impressionists and the art of the pastExhibition catalogs"Inspiring Impressionism" explores links between Impressionists and the major European art-historical movements that came before them, demonstrating how often beneath the Impressionists' commitment to capturing contemporary life there lay a deep exploration of the art of the past. Presents Impressionist works by artists including Manet, Monet, Degas, Bazille, Cassatt, and Cezanne alongside those of Raphael, El Greco, Rubens, Velazquez, and others+-+67868655854282ocn014939299book19860.37Conn, RichardA persistent vision : art of the reservation days : the L.D. and Ruth Bax Collection of the Denver Art MuseumCatalogs42313ocn000065848book19450.70Herskovits, Melville JThe backgrounds of African art4232ocn027450020book19920.47Hedlund, Ann LaneReflections of the weaver's world : the Gloria F. Ross Collection of Contemporary Navajo WeavingExhibition catalogs6723ocn005172446book19790.50Denver Art MuseumNative American art in the Denver Art MuseumIncludes 500 illustrated examples of native North American art, including some 30 illustrations of art from the Arctic1761ocn759907987book20120.79Petrie Institute of Western American ArtElevating western American art : developing an institute in the cultural capital of the RockiesArt"Unprecedented in size and scope, this special issue of Western Passages celebrates the full range of the western American art holdings at the Denver Art Museum. Published to mark the tenth anniversary of the museum's Petrie Institute of western American Art, the volume includes thirty essays by art historiasn from across the Unives States and Canada on topis in western American art and on more than twenty of the mseum's undisputed masterworks. ... Special attention is paid, as well, to contemporary works of western American art and to objects that relate to western American art but are displayed an cared for in other museum departments."--book jacket1753ocn001140894book19740.76Denver Art MuseumQuilts and coverletsCatalogs1641ocn759491824book20110.86Denver Art MuseumCompanion to Spanish colonial art at the Denver Art MuseumCatalogs1341ocn665064444book20100.90Young-Sánchez, MargaretNature and spirit : ancient Costa Rican treasures in the Mayer Collection at the Denver Art MuseumCatalogs+-+73138296451316ocn008111441book19450.53Denver Art MuseumDenver Art Museum : major works in the collectionHistoryCatalogsExhibition catalogs1123ocn036949438book19960.63Harris, NeilThe first hundred years : the Denver Art MuseumHistory1063ocn002796587book19650.84Denver Art MuseumGuide to the collectionsCatalogs821ocn008928651book19810.66Denver Art MuseumSecret splendors of the Chinese court : Qing dynasty costume from the Charlotte Hill Grant Collection, Denver Art Museum, Stanton Gallery, December 30, 1981-March 21, 1982HistoryExhibition catalogs691ocn022179873book19900.73Denver Art MuseumLittle people of the earth : ceramic figures from ancient AmericaExhibition catalogs562ocn009120316serial0.93Denver Art MuseumAnnual reportPeriodicals522ocn002852459book19530.70Denver Art MuseumSantos of the Southwest; the Denver Art Museum collectionCatalogs471ocn002260308serial0.90Denver Art MuseumDenver Art Museum quarterly462ocn225138411visu20070.73Architects at workInterviews"This compilation of recent 'NewsHour' segments introduces viewers to Frank Gehry, Rem Koolhaas, Daniel Libeskind, Vincent Scully, and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, visionaries in the world of architecture"--Container441ocn309548957visu20080.88Daniel Libeskind Denver Art Museum, Frederic C. Hamilton BuildingHistory"Architect Daniel Libeskind first gained world-wide attention when his haunting, zig-zag-shaped Jewish Museum opened in Berlin in 1999. After his dramatic urban design plan for Ground Zero was selected by city and state officials in 2002, Libeskind became a household name in America. Now with his first work of architecture to be realized in the U.S., an addition to the Denver Art Museum, the American public has a chance to examine his unconventional talents. In this filmed tour of the Denver Art Museum's Hamilton Building, Libeskind explains his unusual, titanium-clad, shard-like building. The dazzling geometry we see on the exterior is reflected inside to provide spectacular space and arresting angles for viewing contemporary art. The sculptural building of fractured planes insouciantly claims its status as a major landmark in American museum architecture"--Container402ocn029438828book19610.93Denver Art MuseumThe art of greater India : [the Denver Art Museum collection]Catalogs291ocn072487190book20060.90Denver Art MuseumBreaking the mold : the Virginia Vogel Mattern collection of contemporary Native American artExhibition catalogs271ocn779492011book20110.66Adams, RobertPrairie : photographsPictorial worksExhibition catalogs212ocn036912876book19710.90Denver Art MuseumThe Denver Art Museum : guide to the collectionCatalogsGuidebooks181ocn171305080book20030.94Christie, Manson & Woods International IncPrints and multiples+-+0772355585+-+0772355585Fri Mar 21 15:57:48 EDT 2014batch45508