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Author Gardner, Albert Ten Eyck.

Title Yankee stonecutters; the first American school of sculpture, 1800-1850, by Albert Ten Eyck Gardner.

Imprint New York, Pub. for the Metropolitan Museum of Art by Columbia University Press, 1945.

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Location Call No. Status OPAC Message Public Note Gift Note
 Moore Stacks  NB210 .G3    Available  ---
Description 6 p. |., [3]-80 p., 1 |., [81]-84 p. front., XII pl. 6 |. 31 cm.
Note "A biographical dictionary: American sculptors born between 1800 and 1830": p. [60]-73.
"Early nineteenth-century American sculpture in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art": p. [75]
Bibliography Bibliography: p. [76]-80.
Contents National monument; or, sculpture and politics -- Portrait bust; or, sculptors and art patrons -- Statuary group; or, Whittler's progress -- Clay figures; or, some some representative men -- Graffitti D'Italia; or, sketches of Florentine and Roman art-life -- THe ingenious Yankee mechanic; or, the statuary business --The precursors: Sculptors, stonecutters, carvers, and modelers in America before 1800 -- A biographical dictionary: American sculptors born between 1800 and 1830 -- The successors: Some American sculptors born between 1830 and 1850
Subject Sculpture, American.
Sculpture -- United States -- History.
Sculptors -- United States.
Added Author Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)