1921 | Oil on canvas
Fort, Ilene Susan and Michael Quick.  <em>American Art:  a Catalogue of the Los Angeles County ... Curator Notes:  An American Oriental dates from the first years of du Bois’s mature period and ... <P>The early twentieth century witnessed the transformation of the United States into a modern ...
1969 | Black ink
Leonard Simon.  Two Centuries of Black American Art.  Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1976. ... Centuries of Black American Art: 1750-1950 Los Angeles, CA, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, September 28, ... <em>Charles White: a Retrospective</em>. Chicago: Art Institute of Chicage, 2018. Driskell, David C. and ...
1907-1918 | Oil on paper mounted on canvas
Exhibition History:  Two Centuries of Black American Art: 1750-1950 Los Angeles, CA, Los Angeles County ... Angeles:  Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1974. Driskell, David C. and Leonard Simon.  Two Centuries of ... Black American Art.  Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1976. Donahue, Kenneth. ...
1880-1883 | Oil on canvas
1880 Latest Date:  1883 Curator Notes:  American art achieved cosmopolitan status in the decades ... of the 19th century and serves as a barometer of cultural taste. Rosenthal was one of the earliest ... popularity of the Scotsman’s writings with the middle-class reading public. Scotts’ influence on 19th-century ...
1918 | Oil on canvas
<em>American Art:  a Catalogue of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art Collection</em>.  Los Angeles:  ... Allies, Great Britain, 1918 (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York), in which Hassam depicted almost the ... so that the configuration of flags appears slightly different. The two versions share Hassam’s use of ...
1959 | Black enamel on canvas | On View
Tomb</i> is one of about two dozen works by Frank Stella known as the Black Paintings (1958–60), which are ... Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1973. Richardson, Brenda. <em>Frank Stella: The Black ... composed of parallel bands of flat black paint separated by thin lines of unpainted canvas. To make these ...
circa 1899 | Oil on canvas
works of art. American artists, generally trained abroad, often painted in styles that were ... 1965. Fort, Ilene Susan and Michael Quick.  <em>American Art:  a Catalogue of the Los Angeles ... his knowledge of anatomy. He posed two wrestlers in the Quaker City Athletic Club and in his studio, ...
1876 | Oil on canvas
<em>American Art:  a Catalogue of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art Collection</em>.  Los Angeles:  ... His Landscapes.  1997. Groseclose, Barbara.  Nineteenth-Century American Art.  Oxford: Oxford ... the Pursuit of Happiness: American Art from the Yale University Gallery</em>. New Haven: Yale ...
1937 | Screenprint
same year, the series was exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, an unprecedented honor for an American ... While wealthy Americans had electrified their homes as early as the 1870s, much of the country remained ... contrasted these pictographs against flat two-color grounds, recalling Constructivist graphics in his use of ...
circa 1918 | Oil on panel
two wildly different sources are typical of the unusual routes by which American artists arrived at ... the beauty of the American landscape, and uniting both an interest in Asian art and in natural ... modernist abstract painting and nineteenth-century landscape painting. Thayer stands at the end of a great ...
circa 470-460 B.C. | Red-figure ceramic with a trace of added red
and fourth centuries B.C The vase is decorated with two scenes of divine repose and interaction. On ... invented in Athens in the last quarter of the sixth century B.C., is essentially the reverse of ... black-figure. Rather than painting the figures and ornament onto the plain surface of the vase, their forms are ...
1931 | Egg tempera, watercolor, and ink on paper backed by canvas and Masonite
Artwork Inscription:  Culture Made:  Artwork Date(s):  1931 Artwork Credit Line:  Gift of the American Art ... New York), and Why Not Use the "L"? 1930 (Whitney Museum of American Art, New York)-- he ... <em>American Art:  a Catalogue of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art Collection</em>.  Los Angeles:  ...
circa 1680-1690 | Oil on canvas
background. (The art of painting was generally considered the purview of white or Spanish masters.) His two ... with funds provided by the Bernard and Edith Lewin Collection of Mexican Art Deaccession Fund Artwork ... leading painter of the late seventeenth century in Mexico. The son of a famous Spanish surgeon and a freed ...
late 6th century B.C. | Black-figure ceramic with added red and white
continued to be dominant until the beginning of the fifth century B.C. This neck-amphora was produced around ... affectionate- on either side of the vase encourages a juxtaposition of the two scenes. Just as Herakles survives ... Journal of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens</em> 24, no.1 (1955): 1-24. Hopkins, ...
Joseon dynasty (1392-1910), late 18th-early 19th century | Ten-panel screen, ink and color on silk
Garden’ in Chinese Historical and Art Historical Records.” Journal of the American Oriental Society 88, ... in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, may have been familiar to and influenced later ... both Chinese and Korean versions of the painting. On the right, in the second panel, two scholars can ...
2009 | Neon and black paint
conceptual art, and enriches this all through his formative engagement with the modes of cultural studies and ... circuitry of the electrified sign as well as the black painted backing with its hidden inner light. Thus, ... Ligon takes advantage of the metaphoric potentials in this inversion creating light works that, as art ...
1973 | Screenprint printed in gray on cream Japan paper; white Schoeller Parole paper; black leather-faced cardboard box
happiness we all experience." She succinctly defined art as "the concrete representation of our ... artist had struggled to find in the barren New Mexican desert. One of the great works of graphic art of ... the drawing Not the One (1966) by Martin, who is one of the most important figures of postwar American ...
1973 | Screenprint printed in gray on cream Japan paper; white Schoeller Parole paper; black leather-faced cardboard box
happiness we all experience." She succinctly defined art as "the concrete representation of our ... artist had struggled to find in the barren New Mexican desert. One of the great works of graphic art of ... the drawing Not the One (1966) by Martin, who is one of the most important figures of postwar American ...
1973 | Screenprint printed in gray on cream Japan paper; white Schoeller Parole paper; black leather-faced cardboard box
happiness we all experience." She succinctly defined art as "the concrete representation of our ... artist had struggled to find in the barren New Mexican desert. One of the great works of graphic art of ... the drawing Not the One (1966) by Martin, who is one of the most important figures of postwar American ...
1973 | Screenprint printed in gray on cream Japan paper; white Schoeller Parole paper; black leather-faced cardboard box
happiness we all experience." She succinctly defined art as "the concrete representation of our ... artist had struggled to find in the barren New Mexican desert. One of the great works of graphic art of ... the drawing Not the One (1966) by Martin, who is one of the most important figures of postwar American ...