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Yale University Art Gallery

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Works: 872 works in 2,009 publications in 3 languages and 54,182 library holdings
Genres: Exhibition catalogs  Catalogs  History  Periodicals  Criticism, interpretation, etc 
Roles: Editor, Other, Organizer of meeting, his, Publisher, isb, Curator
Classifications: ND1839.H6, 759.13
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Most widely held works about Yale University
 
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Winslow Homer watercolors by Helen A Cooper( Book )

4 editions published in 1986 in English and held by 1,818 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A survey of the artist's watercolor career tracing his ideas, techniques, and feelings through each watercolor series
American art, 1750-1800 : towards independence by Charles F Montgomery( Book )

9 editions published between 1975 and 1976 in English and held by 1,246 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Discovered lands, invented pasts : transforming visions of the American West by Jules David Prown( Book )

6 editions published in 1992 in English and held by 941 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Publication of this book will coincide with an exhibition organized by the Yale University Art Gallery and the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa, Oklahoma, opening at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, Wyoming."--Jacket
Yale Art Gallery bulletin by Yale University( )

in English and held by 837 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

I, Claudia : women in ancient Rome by Yale University( Book )

10 editions published in 1996 in 3 languages and held by 793 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Eva Hesse : a retrospective by Eva Hesse( Book )

10 editions published in 1992 in English and held by 772 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Eva Hesse (1936-1970) has long been recognized by artists and critics as a sculptor of exceptional talent and prodigious influence. The public has rarely seen her work, however, because its fragility has made it difficult to exhibit. This richly illustrated and critically interpretive book enables a wide audience to appreciate the magnitude of her achievement and the legacy of her art. Hesse was an expressionist in an age of minimalism. Against the predominantly impersonal visual modes of the sixties, she insisted on the subjective qualities of her art. She opened up new frontiers in sculpture--in form, content, and material--and helped to change the way artists, critics, and viewers look at art. Hesse's career also coincided with the incubation period of modern feminism, and her art stands as a courageous and complex effort to articulate a female identity. The book includes essays by five noted authorities: Linda Norden discusses Hesse's early career in New York following her years as a student of Josef Albers; Maria Kreutzer writes on Hesse's work in Germany in the mid-sixties, when she moved from two to three dimensions; Robert Storr places Hesse in relation to the central American artistic concerns of the 1960s, focusing on her links to such artists as Jasper Johns, Sol LeWitt, and Claes Oldenburg; Anna Chave analyzes Hesse's mature work in light of contemporary feminist theory on authorship and subjectivity; and Maurice Berger examines Hesse's radical and personal approach to the sculptural object following her rejection of painting. In addition, Helen Cooper draws on the artist's extensive diaries, notebooks, and correspondence for a chronology detailed as much as possible in Hesse's own words. This beautiful book, which brings together Hesse's most important sculptures, reliefs, and her rarely seen drawings and early paintings, is the catalogue for an exhibition of Hesse's work that opens at the Yale University Art Gallery in April 1992 and travels to the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, D.C
John Trumbull : the hand and spirit of a painter by Helen A Cooper( Book )

7 editions published in 1982 in English and held by 690 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"John Trumbull's paintings of the key events of the revolutionary war are among the most familiar and revered images in American art. In 1832 Trumbull gave to Yale College his most important history paintings and portraits. This gift established the Yale University Art Gallery, making it the first college art museum in the Western hemisphere. In celebration of this event, the Gallery has mounted the first major exhibition of Trumbull's work. The fully illustrated catalogue that accompanies the exhibition opens with a biography of Trumbull as a history painter, Oswaldo Rodriguez Roque on the artist's conflicting attitudes toward portrait painting, Patricia Mullan Burnham on the religious subjects, Bryon Wolf on the landscapes, Martin Price on the literary themes, and Egon Verheyen on the Capitol Rotunda commissions. The essays are followed by extensive catalogue entries on 170 paintings and drawings"--Publisher's description
Thomas Eakins : the rowing pictures by Helen A Cooper( Book )

2 editions published in 1996 in English and held by 689 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

During the 1870s, rowing because a tremendously popular sport in the United States. An enthusiastic rower, the young Philadelphia-born Thomas Eakins painted, sketched, and drew an extraordinary series of rowing pictures that were the most ambitious project of his early career. He brought to the theme his personal experiences as an avid amateur rower on his beloved Schuylkill River, and a scientific understanding of the physical effort involved. His 24 rowing works, which include some of the most celebrated and recognized images in the history of American art, are brought together and examined as a group for the first time in this beautiful book. They shed light on the artist's creative process and subsequent achievements as well as on social, cultural, and artistic concerns central to nineteenth-century audiences. Helen A. Cooper, along with essayists Martin A. Berger, Christina Currie, and Amy B. Werbel discuss various aspects of Eakins' rowing series, explaining his affection for the sport, his adoption of the images of popular culture into the realm of fine art, his commitment to novel, "modern" subjects, his preoccupation with perspective and measurement, and his belief that the most profound artistic truths were best expressed through the human figure - particularly the male figure. Just as sculling is dependent upon precision, practice and unwavering dedication, so the paintings were constructed from scrupulous observation of details and intense preparation. In the less than four years in which the rowing pictures were created, Eakins moved subtly from the analytic and descriptive toward the more intuitive and suggestive
Emmet Gowin : changing the earth : aerial photographs by Jock Reynolds( Book )

6 editions published in 2002 in English and Undetermined and held by 578 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Emmet Gowin has been taking aerial photographs of the landscape in the United States, Mexico, Czechoslovakia, Asia, and the Middle East for more than twenty years. His growing body of work bears witness to how humankind has visibly scarred and continues to alter the earth's surface. This book, published in conjunction with the first major touring exhibition of Gowin's photographs in over ten years, focuses on images created after 1986"--Jacket
Thomas Moran : watercolors of the American West : text and catalogue raisonné by Carol Clark( Book )

5 editions published in 1980 in English and held by 575 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The first artist to record the scenery in the American West, the book documents his itinerary and working methods through his drawings, watercolors, diaries and letters; as well as writings from other members of his trips
The Société anonyme : modernism for America by Hammer Museum( Book )

6 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 572 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"This illustrated book highlights the unique history of the Societe Anonyme, Inc., an organization founded in 1920 by the artists Katherine S. Dreier (1877-1952), Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968), and Man Ray (1890-1976). As America's first "experimental museum" for modern art, the Societe Anonyme provided a means for artists, rather than historians, to chronicle the rise of modernism. Led by Dreier and Duchamp, the group presented to the public a variety of innovative programs, publications, and exhibitions and eventually assembled a collection of more than one thousand artworks." "With new archival information, including personal correspondence between Dreier and the artists whose work she assembled, a host of previously unpublished images, and essays by leading scholars, this book is essential to our understanding of the reception and interpretation of modernism in America."--Jacket
Livable modernism : interior decorating and design during the Great Depression by Kristina Wilson( Book )

9 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 560 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"During the years of the Great Depression in America, modernist designers developed products and lifestyle concepts intended for middle-class-- not elite-- consumers. In this remarkable book, Kristina Wilson coins the term 'livable modernism' to describe this school of design. Livable modernism combined International Style functional efficiency and sophistication with a respect for consumers' desires for physical and psychological comfort. Wilson offers a new view of many popular designs for living rooms, dining rooms, and bedrooms of the 1930s and investigates the remarkable marketing savvy of the furniture and decorative arts companies of the day. As the first study of the advertising and retailing of modern design during the Depression years, Livable Modernism also features an extensive array of vintage advertisements from such popular magazines as House Beautiful and Ladies' Home Journal. Engagingly written and handsomely designed, Livable Modernism is an essential book for anyone interested in modern furniture and decorative arts. The author demonstrates that the work of these designers-- including Russel Wright, Donald Deskey, and Gilbert Rohde-- paved the way for Charles and Ray Eames and other post-World War II designers, and that the importance of their philosophies, innovations, and influence has until now been underappreciated"--Publisher's description
South of the border : Mexico in the American imagination, 1917-1947 by James Oles( Book )

11 editions published in 1993 in English and Spanish and held by 556 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

With politics, bringing the movement for social reform directly to the people through large murals and popular graphics. In a bilingual text - English and Spanish - that accompanies more than 180 illustrations, Oles describes these and many other U.S. artists drawn to Mexico, placing their work in its original political and cultural context. An accompanying essay by Karen Cordero Reiman reexamines the history of Mexican art from 1910 through 1950, providing a fresh
Félix Vallotton by Sasha M Newman( Book )

5 editions published in 1991 in English and Undetermined and held by 535 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"This work describes the paintings of Felix Vallotton, a key member of the Nabi brotherhood, comprising Bonnard, Denis and Vuillard, all of whom were active in fin-de-siecle Paris. It also covers the way his style was related to the neue Sachlichkeit in Germany and to dadaism and surrealism."--Amazon
Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness : American art from the Yale University art gallery by Yale University( Book )

7 editions published between 2007 and 2008 in English and held by 513 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Distinguished scholars shed new light on American history by examining some of the most familiar and revered objects in American art - paintings by John Trumbull, Charles Willson Peale, John Singleton Copley, Thomas Eakins, Frederic Edwin Church, Albert Bierstadt, and Winslow Homer; silver by Paul Revere and Tiffany & Co.; furniture by Alexander Roux and Henry Connelly; and photographs by William Henry Jackson and Eadweard Muybridge, among others. The authors discuss how issues of cultural heritage, patriotism, politics, moral outrage, material aspirations, and exploration shaped America's art as well as its ideas, attitudes, and traditions."--Jacket
Early Italian paintings in the Yale University Art Gallery; a catalogue by Yale University( Book )

5 editions published in 1970 in English and held by 512 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Bulletin of the Associates in Fine Arts at Yale University by Yale University( )

in English and held by 500 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Love and loss : American portrait and mourning miniatures by Robin Jaffee Frank( Book )

3 editions published in 2000 in English and held by 489 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Most often, portrait miniatures were painted in watercolor on thin disks of ivory. They were sometimes worn as jewelry, sometimes framed to be viewed privately. Many were painted by specialists, although renowned easel artists - including Benjamin West, John Singleton Copley, and Charles Willson Peale - also created them to commemorate births, engagements, marriages, deaths, and other joinings or separations. The book traces the development of this exquisite art form, revealing the close ties between the history of the miniature and the history of American private life."--Jacket
The American clock, 1725-1865; the Mabel Brady Garvan and other collections at Yale University by Yale University( Book )

7 editions published between 1973 and 1974 in English and held by 478 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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Discovered lands, invented pasts : transforming visions of the American West
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Discovered lands, invented pasts : transforming visions of the American WestI, Claudia : women in ancient RomeThomas Eakins : the rowing picturesEmmet Gowin : changing the earth : aerial photographsThe Société anonyme : modernism for AmericaLivable modernism : interior decorating and design during the Great DepressionSouth of the border : Mexico in the American imagination, 1917-1947Félix Vallotton
Alternative Names

controlled identityYale University. Gallery of Fine Arts

Art and Architecture Gallery, Yale University

Art Gallery

Art Gallery New Haven

Art Gallery New Haven, Conn

Art Gallery (Yale University)

Art Museum

Art Museum New Haven, Conn

Galeri Seni Rupa Universitas Yale

Galería de Arte de la Universidad Yale

Galerie umění Yaleovy univerzity

Gallery of Fine Arts

Gallery of Fine Arts New Haven, Conn

Yale art gallery

Yale art gallery New Haven, Conn.

Yale Art Gallery (Newhaven, Conn.)

Yale gallery of fine arts

Yale Gallery of Fine Arts (Newhaven, Conn.)

yale univ. art gallery

Yale University Art and Architecture Gallery

Yale University Art Gallery

Yale University Art Museum

Yale University Gallery of Fine Arts

Yale University Jarves Gallery of Italian Art

Yale University (New Haven, Conn.) Art Gallery

Yale University New Haven, Conn Art Museum

Yale University New Haven, Conn Gallery of Fine Arts

Yale University. School of the Fine Arts. Jarves Gallery of Italian Art

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English (229)

Spanish (2)

Italian (1)