Folinsbee Considered

By (author) Jensen, Kirsten M.

John Fulton Folinsbee was a very successful artist virtually from the time he started painting, fresh out of school, in 1915. He had successful solo shows, New York City Gallery representation, juried awards at national level exhibitions and many major museums across the country acquiring his works. By the 1930's he was considered one of the leading artists of his generation along with names such as Leon Kroll and Thomas Hart Benton. By the 1950's however, Folinsbee's career was in commercial decline and his work has been overlooked by art critics and historians through most of the rest of the 20th Century. It is an a regional (New Hope) Impressionist that he is still best known, though his transition to an Expressionist style is perhaps the most intriguing and least explored of the large body of work he created right up to his death in 1972.

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  • Contents: Foreword - Brian Peterson I . Introduction II. The Early Years III. New Hope Impressionist IV. An Artist in Transition V. A New Hope Modernist VI. New Deal Murals VII. The Expressionist VIII. Maine IX. A Final Note Plates Catalogue of Selected Landscape and Genre Paintings Chronology Exhibition History 1912-2012 Literature

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書名 Folinsbee Considered
著作者等 Jensen, Kirsten M.
出版元 Hudson Hills Press Inc.,U.S.
刊行年月 2014.02.26
ページ数 322p
大きさ H280 x W230
ISBN 9781555953904
言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国