American Art

American art may refer to:

  • Visual art of the United States, the history of painting and visual art in the United States
  • Visual arts by indigenous peoples of the Americas
  • American Art (album), a 2007 indie rock album
  • American Art (journal), a peer-reviewed academic journal

Other articles related to "american art, art, arts":

Larry Silver - Permanent Collections
... Addison Gallery of American Art Boston Museum of Fine Art Brooklyn Museum of Art Columbus Museum of Art Delaware Art Museum George Eastman House ... Petersburg Museum of Art Smithsonian Tampa Museum of Art United Nations William Benton Museum of Art Whitney Museum of American Art Yale University Art Gallery ...
Siegfried Reinhardt
... Louis, where he had taken his bachelor of arts degree in English Literature in 1950. 83–84) in Robert Henkes' "The Crucifixion in American Art" (McFarland P, 2003) ... Design for a Crown," and "Caiaphas." Additional works are housed at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, the ...
Cleve Gray - Museum Collections
... Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, Florida The Brooklyn Museum, New ... Grey Art Gallery and Study Center, New York University, New York City Solomon R ... Museum, New York City Honolulu Museum of Art, Honolulu, Hawaii The Jewish Museum, New York City Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois ...
Stamford Museum And Nature Center - Facilities - Bendel Mansion - Museum Displays
... Art education at SM NC stretches back to its days at Courtland Park where local artists were exhibited ... Art classes for all ages were introduced ... Sargent portrait and the 1961 donation of the Schulman twentieth-century American art collection ...

Famous quotes related to american art:

    Let those flatter, who fear: it is not an American art. To give praise where it is not due, might be well from the venal, but would ill beseem those who are asserting the rights of human nature.
    Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826)