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Americans Paris 1850-1910: The Academy, the Salon, the Studio, and the Artists' Colony

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"Americans in Paris 1850-1910" represents the profound French influence - both in style and subject - on American painters following the Civil War. While wealthy Americans collected French art, American artists traveled to France to study, either at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts or at one of the independent academies or studios. Paris proved immensely appealing as a locale in which artists were supported and valued, cultural life was rich, the surrounding countryside inspiring, and the cost of living relatively low. The ...

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0911919007

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9780911919004

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Americans Paris 1850-1910: The Academy, the Salon, the Studio, and the Artists' Colony
2003, University of Washington Press, Seattle

ISBN-13: 9780911919004

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