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Thu Oct 16 17:57:42 2014 UTClccn-n800559540.00Portrait of a marriage : Paul Strand's photographs of Rebecca /0.300.97Still lifes /47681617n 80055954437713lccn-n50009155Evans, Walker1903-1975dtelccn-n91034195Arrowsmith, Alexandralccn-n79148946O'Keeffe, Georgia1887-1986lccn-n79108359Stieglitz, Alfred1864-1946lccn-n80007740Shattuck, Rogerlccn-n88031142Turner, Elizabeth Hutton1952-lccn-n79046255Phillips Collectionlccn-n85104961West, Thomas1948-lccn-n79091628Worswick, Clarklccn-n80049927Parry, EugeniaauiRathbone, BelindaBiographyExhibition catalogsCriticism, interpretation, etcUnited StatesEvans, Walker,PhotographersPhotography, ArtisticStieglitz, Alfred,O'Keeffe, Georgia,Artist couplesRathbone, BelindaScotlandHomesDocumentary photographyManorsManners and customsMarried peopleInstant photographyPolaroid transfersAmericansAristocracy (Social class)Social historyMarriageScotland--AngusMenusAfternoon teasStill-life photographyHashimura, YasuomiPolaroid Land cameraArtCallahan, Harry MColor photography1977197819791980198119881989199219931995200020022004200520062007200820092010201436002861BTR140.E92ocn417105605ocn46414153611317ocn031901399book19950.28Rathbone, BelindaWalker Evans : a biographyBiographyIn this first full biography of the enigmatic artist, a leading national authority on Evans brilliantly penetrates the calculated anonymity of his work to reveal the obsessions behind it. A man in love with Americana, Evans was a sensualist, a junk collector, a connoisseur, a wit, a perpetual weekend guest. Charismatic and seductive, he attracted many of the brightest talents of his day. He counted Hart Crane, James Agee, Lincoln Kirstein, Ben Shahn, and Berenice Abbott among his closest friends, and with them he reveled in the intellectual and sexual freedom that distinguished the New York art world during his lifetime. Evans loved nothing better than a good party, and he attended all the best ones in the half-century from the 1920s to the 1970s. A social chameleon, he was as much at ease in bohemian Greenwich Village as in the heady West Side circle that included Robert Penn Warren, Lionel Trilling, and Alfred Kazin. Belinda Rathbone interviewed more than a hundred friends and colleagues of Evans' as well as his two former wives, and combed archives and letters to illuminate his singular vision and the complex personality Evans so carefully withheld from his photographs. The result is a portrait not only of an artist who profoundly influenced the generation of photographers who followed him but also of the artistically fecund times that nurtured him+-+57254004853247456ocn027089687book19920.28O'Keeffe, GeorgiaTwo lives : Georgia O'Keeffe & Alfred Stieglitz : a conversation in paintings and photographsExhibition catalogs"Photography historian Belinda Rathbone, the author of a forthcoming biography of the American photographer Walker Evans, looks at the couple's life together from the perspective of Stieglitz who, at the age of fifty-two, was thoroughly rejuvenated when Georgia entered his life. Art historian Elizabeth Hutton Turner examines the relationship from O'Keeffe's point of view. She portrays how a gifted but inexperienced artist came into Stieglitz's world at the age of twenty-nine and in a short space of time evolved from apprentice to collaborator and finally to a leading artist in her own right. As Associate Curator at The Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C., Dr. Turner organized the traveling exhibition that accompanies this book." "Two Lives reproduces the work of both artists with the stunning quality and fidelity for which Callaway books are known. Together, the reproductions and the three essays form a unique account of two lives and two artists."--Jacket5825ocn044999406book20000.47Evans, WalkerWalker Evans : the lost work+-+94769574363985ocn005529248book19780.35Rathbone, BelindaOne of a kind : recent Polaroid color photographyExhibition catalogs433ocn764425163book20070.13Rathbone, BelindaLiving with the laird : a love affair with a man and his mansionBiographyA captivating memoir of one woman's relationship with a man and his mansion+-+5093705025324131ocn613226588book20100.29Evans, WalkerOn the road : a legacy of Walker EvansExhibition catalogs111ocn052188271book20020.30Driscoll, ElizabethTea with Miss Rose : recipes & reminiscences of Boston's Teacup Society62ocn192949180book19790.86Recent Polaroid color photographyExhibition catalogs61ocn059238465book19810.19One of a kind : catalog of an exhibition held at Museum of Fine Arts Houston Texas61ocn033825141book19890.97Hashimura, YasuomiStill lifes63ocn077368066book19920.33O'Keeffe, GeorgiaTwo lives : a conversation in paintings and photographs31ocn264911691rcrd20080.26Rathbone, BelindaThe Guynd a Scottish journalHistorian Rathbone knew when she married a Scottish laird that she was also marrying his mansion, but there was much this urban American did not know. Finding herself in a setting like that of many a classic novel, both enchanting and treacherous, she shares hard-won lessons in dealing with a grand but crumbling Georgian mansion, troublesome tenants, and an intractable class system. With the skills of a biographer, she delves into local histories, anecdotes and family papers in an effort to understand her surroundings and to free her husband from the grip of his past31ocn888444498art1989Rathbone, BelindaPortrait of a marriage : Paul Strand's photographs of Rebecca21ocn263427136book20080.10Pullman, EstherEsther Pullman : greenhousesExhibition catalogs21ocn669667909book20040.47Archer, AmyAmy ArcherExhibition catalogs11ocn501448572book19890.47El surrealismo entre viejo y nuevo mundo : Cabildo Insular de Gran Canaria, Centro Atlantico de Arte Moderno, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 4 dicembre 1989-4 febrero 199011ocn886479052book1992Georgia O'Keeffe et Alfred Stieglitz : two lives ; a conversation in paintings and photographs ; the Phillips Collection, Washington, 12.12.1992 - 4.4.1993 ...11ocn863014534book1992Arrowsmith, AlexandraGeorgia OKeeffe & Alfred Stieglitz, two lives : a conversation in paintings and photographs, essays by Belinda Rathbone, Roger Shattuck, and Elizabeth Hutton Turner11ocn028901315mix19770.47Rathbone, BelindaHarry Callahan : it's the subject matter that countsCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn835497303book20050.21Rathbone, BelindaThe Guynd : a Scottish journalHistorian Rathbone knew when she married a Scottish laird that she was also marrying his mansion, but there was much this urban American did not know. Finding herself in a setting like that of many a classic novel, both enchanting and treacherous, she shares hard-won lessons in dealing with a grand but crumbling Georgian mansion, troublesome tenants, and an intractable class system. With the skills of a biographer, she delves into local histories, anecdotes and family papers in an effort to understand her surroundings and to free her husband from the grip of his past.--From publisher description+-+20657284064163ocn057641408book20050.21Rathbone, BelindaThe Guynd : a Scottish journalHistorian Rathbone knew when she married a Scottish laird that she was also marrying his mansion, but there was much this urban American did not know. Finding herself in a setting like that of many a classic novel, both enchanting and treacherous, she shares hard-won lessons in dealing with a grand but crumbling Georgian mansion, troublesome tenants, and an intractable class system. With the skills of a biographer, she delves into local histories, anecdotes and family papers in an effort to understand her surroundings and to free her husband from the grip of his past.--From publisher description+-+20657284062095ocn075713131book20050.13Rathbone, BelindaLiving with the laird : a love affair with a man and his mansionBiographyWhen Belinda Rathbone, a New York art historian, met eccentric Anglo-Scots bachelor John Ouchterlony it was the start of a story of clashing cultures and crumbling houses. After a whirlwind romance she married the man - and his 400 acre estate and decrepit mansion in Scotland. In her charming and moving account of their time together she reveals her discoveries about this strange world; not just the persistence of lino, and family history ancient and recent, but the value of dead elms, the art of the Aga, yoga with the aristocracy and the vitally important business of producing an heir+-+509370502532462ocn276416881rcrd20050.10Rathbone, BelindaLiving with the lairdBiography+-+965870193632411ocn700981067file2008Rathbone, BelindaLiving with the lairdBiographyWhen Belinda Rathbone, a New York art historian, met eccentric Anglo-Scots bachelor John Ouchterlony it was the start of a story of clashing cultures and crumbling houses. After a whirlwind romance she married the man - and his 400 acre estate and decrepit mansion in Scotland. In her account of their time together she reveals her discoveries about this strange world; not just the persistence of lino, and family history ancient and recent, but the value of dead elms, the art of the Aga, yoga with the aristocracy and the vitally important business of producing an heir+-+965870193632411ocn085237815mixRathbone, BelindaRathbone, Belinda : [photography bio file]+-+5725400485324+-+5725400485324Thu Oct 16 15:49:52 EDT 2014batch16483