• 100 Artists of the Northwest

    100 Artists of the Northwest

    Rooney, E. Ashley

    The works of 100 contemporary artists interpret and provide a fresh look at the artistic vibrancy of the Northwest region of the Unites States.

    Format: Book - 2013

    Holds: 0 on 6 copies

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  • Asian American Art: A History, 1850-1970

    Asian American Art: A History, 1850-1970

    Format: Book - 2008

    Holds: 0 on 1 copy

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  • Stirring up Seattle: Allied Arts in the Civic Landscape

    Stirring up Seattle: Allied Arts in the Civic Landscape

    Campbell, R. M.

    Format: Book - 2014

    Holds: 1 on 7 copies

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  • Northwest Mythologies: The Interactions of Mark Tobey, Morris Graves, Kenneth Callahan, and Guy Anderson

    Northwest Mythologies: The Interactions of Mark Tobey, Morris Graves, Kenneth Callahan, and Guy Anderson

    Conkelton, Sheryl

    Format: Book - 2003

    Holds: 0 on 3 copies

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  • Sketchbook: A Memoir of the 1930's and the Northwest School

    Sketchbook: A Memoir of the 1930's and the Northwest School

    Cumming, William

    Format: Book - 1984

    Holds: 0 on 3 copies

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  • Painters of the Northwest: Impressionism to Modernism, 1900-1930

    Painters of the Northwest: Impressionism to Modernism, 1900-1930

    Impert, John E.

    From its sweeping coastlines to its soaring inland mountains, verdant valleys, and volcanoes standing in splendid isolation, the Pacific Northwest has long inspired artists to capture the unique spirit of its varied landscape. Yet the early years of twentieth-century Pacific Northwest painting remain shrouded in mystery. In this groundbreaking work, John Impert introduces readers to the rich and varied array of artists and works of art that defined the region's artistic transition from a nature-bound impressionism to the arrival of modernism. Focusing on nine artists--Paul Morgan Gustin, C. C. McKim, Clyde Keller, J. Edgar Forkner, Clara Jane Stephens, Dorothy Dolph Jensen, Eustace Paul Ziegler, Mark Tobey, and C. S. Price--art historian John Impert organizes his work around the landscapes, people, and city scenes they painted. He identifies the influence of impressionism, in particular the singular way in which each artist's biography, style, and iconography contribute to a distinctive northwestern sensibility. Painters of the Northwest shows us for the first time how a spectacular natural environment, one that conformed aesthetically to nineteenth-century ideals of romanticism and transcendental reverence, combined with an emphasis on subject over style to create a body of work far more concerned with the natural environment than with the socioeconomic issues that occupied city-bound artists of the day. Establishing a chronology, history, and art historical canon for this little-studied place and time, this book is a long-overdue foundational history of early twentieth-century painting in the Pacific Northwest.--Google Books.

    Format: Book - 2018

    Holds: 0 on 4 copies

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  • Paul Horiuchi: East and West

    Paul Horiuchi: East and West

    Johns, Barbara

    Format: Book - 2008

    Holds: 0 on 3 copies

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  • Listening to Our Ancestors: The Art of Native Life Along the North Pacific Coast

    Listening to Our Ancestors: The Art of Native Life Along the North Pacific Coast

    Format: Book - 2005

    Holds: 0 on 4 copies

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  • Evergreen Muse: The Art of Elizabeth Colborne

    Evergreen Muse: The Art of Elizabeth Colborne

    Martin, David F.

    Format: Book - 2011

    Holds: 3 on 2 copies

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  • Territorial Hues: The Color Print and Washington State, 1920-1960

    Territorial Hues: The Color Print and Washington State, 1920-1960

    Martin, David F.

    Territorial Hues: The Color Print and Washington State, 1920-1960' will consist of prints that display the cultural and stylistic influences used by Washington State artists to produce highly exceptional works that reflect the color, light, and atmosphere that is unique to this region. The book focuses on several mediums including color woodcut, intaglio, serigraphy, and lithography. The influences of Japanese prints and regional appropriations of international movements will be examined as well as the local production of white-line prints. Exhibition: Cascadia Art Museum, Edmonds, USA (05.10.2017-07.01.2018). (7/13/2020 6:35:02 PM)

    Format: Book - 2017

    Holds: 0 on 7 copies

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