Art in America: From Colonial Days through the Nineteenth Century


Art in America: From Colonial Days through the Nineteenth Century
Art in America: From Colonial Days through the Nineteenth Century
Crowell-Collier Press | 1969 | ISBN: 0027677702 | English | 200 pages | PDF | 29.2 MB

America's first artists painted signs and decorated coffins and coaches for a living. To earn extra money they painted portraits of their wealthier neighbors- rather primitive paintings whose spare, linear quality is much admired today. The first American architects were carpenters and masons who built from memory, adapting Old World modes to New World needs and improvising techniques to suit available materials.


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