With essays by Darrel Sewell, Kathleen Brown, Amy B. Werbel, H. Barbara Weinberg, Marc Simpson, Elizabeth Milroy, Kathleen A. Foster, Mark Tucker and Nica Gutman, W. Douglass Paschall, Carol Troyen, and William Innes Homer.
"Thomas Eakins (1844-1916) is one of the most fascinating and important personalities in the history of American art. . . . This beautiful and insightful book, published in conjunction with a major exhibition on the life and career of Eakins--the first in twenty years-presents a fresh perspective on the artist and his remarkable accomplishments." The show traveled to the Musee d'Orsay, Paris, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
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Winner of the 2002 Henry Russell Hitchcock Award.
Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2001
ISBN: 0876331436 (hardcover)
486 pp., 259 color illus., 220 b/w illus.
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