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The color of mood: American tonalism, 1880-1910

Wanda M. Corn

The color of mood: American tonalism, 1880-1910

by Wanda M. Corn

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Published by M. H. De Young Memorial Museum in San Francisco .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Tonalism -- United States,
    • Painting, American -- Exhibitions,
    • Photography, Artistic -- Exhibitions

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by] Wanda M. Corn.
      ContributionsM.H. De Young Memorial Museum., California Palace of the Legion of Honor.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsN6510.5.T6 C6
      The Physical Object
      Pagination46 p.
      Number of Pages46
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5710242M
      LC Control Number70188449

      San Francisco, California, M.H. DeYoung Memorial Museum and the California Palace of the Legion of Honor, The Color of Mood: American Tonalism , January-April , no. 13, illustrated pl. 8; also illustrated on the cover. The Color of Mood: American Tonalism San Francisco: M.H. De Young Memorial Museum and The California Palace of the Legion of Honor, Crane, F. W. “American Women Photographers,” Munsey's Magazine (): 2. Daniel, Pete and Raymond Smock. A Talent for Detail: The Photographs of Miss Frances Benjamin Johnston, New.

      Wanda M. Corn, “The Color of Mood: American Tonalism ”, San Francisco: M. H. De Young Memorial Museum, Barbara Haskell, “Edward Steichen”, The Whitney Museum of American Art, Harvey L. Jones, “Twilight and Reverie: California Tonalist Painting ”, Oakland Museum of California, Sherman, C. E. ORIGINAL OHIO LAND SUBDIVISIONS BEING VOLUME III FINAL REPORT (IN FOUR VOLUMES) OHIO COOPERATIVE TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY. Press of The Ohio State Reformatory, bound at the State Bindery,

      New Montross Gallery; present, purchase by the Detroit Museum of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA). The Color of Mood American Tonalism Forster, Peggy; Julie Snow Birkhimer; Mae Huntington. Catalog - Springville Museum of Art Curry, Larry. The American West Painters from Catlin to Russell Graham, F Lanier. Three Centuries of American Painting: From the Collections of M H deYoung Museum and Palace of Legion of HonorNationality: American.


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illus., 14 plates (part col.) 23 cm. Online. Available online At the library. SAL3 (off-campus storage) Stacks Request. Catalogue created on occasion of exhibition "The Color of Mood: American Tonalism " held from January 22 through April 1, in San Francisco, CA at the M. De Young Memorial Museum and at the California Palace of the Legion of Honor.

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This exhibition was accompanied. The Color of Mood: American Tonalism - [EXHIBITION CATALOGUE] Corn, Wanda M. Black/white & Color Photographs M.H. de Young Memorial Museum and the Califnornia Palace of the Legion of Honor /T Paperback Book / Textbook Details Add to Comparison Cart. It was not until when art historian, Wanda Corn in her catalogue, “The Color of Mood: American Tonalism, ,” coined the movement as Tonalism.

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Corn has authored numerous books, including “The Great American Thing: Modern Art and National Identity,“Grant Wood: The Regionalist Vision,” “The Art of Andrew Wyeth,” and “The Color of Mood, American Tonalism ”.

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