American Visions

American Visions

The Epic History of Art in America

Book - 1997
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The companion volume to a eight-part, PBS series traces the history of art in America, from the early works of Native Americans, through its richly varied evolution, to the present day, including critical commentaries, anecdotes, profiles, and hundreds of illustrations. TV tie-in. 100,000 first printing.

Baker
& Taylor

Traces the history of art in America, from the early works of Native Americans to the present day, and includes critical commentaries, anecdotes, profiles, and hundreds of illustrations

Publisher: New York : Alfred A. Knopf, c1997
ISBN: 9780679426271
0679426272
Branch Call Number: 709.73 HUG
Characteristics: ix, 635 p. : illus. (mostly color) ; 26 cm

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Nov 03, 2013

The book is a history of art in America, but it did nothing to convince me of the value of American art. I mostly agree with Hughes' conclusions about the bankruptcy of American art, especially since the 1970s.

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