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by Linda S. Ferber,William H. Gerdts,Brooklyn Museum
Author: Linda S. Ferber,William H. Gerdts,Brooklyn Museum
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William H Gerdts was born in 1929 in Jersey City, .
William H Gerdts was born in 1929 in Jersey City, . He earned his masters degree and his PhD in Fine Arts from Harvard University. He is an art historian and Professor of Emeritus of art History at Cuny Graduate Center. In 1992 he was awarded an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters by Amherst College and in 1996 Syracuse University made him an Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts.
Preface by Robert T. Buck, essays by Linda S. Ferber ("Determined Realists": The American Pre-Raphaelites and The Association for The Advancement of Truth In Art), William . .
Published for The New Path: Ruskin and the American Pre-Raphaelites at The Brooklyn Museum, New York, March 29-June 10, 1985 and Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Massachusetts, July 3-September 8,1985. Essays by Ferber, Gerdts, Kathleen A. Foster, and Susan P. Casteras. Preface by Robert T. Ferber ("Determined Realists": The American Pre-Raphaelites and The Association for The Advancement of Truth In Art), William H. Gerdts (Through a Glass Brightly: The American Pre-Raphaelites and Their Still-Lifes and Nature Studies), Kathleen A. Foster (The Pre-Raphaelite Medium: Ruskin, Turner and American Watercolor) and.
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As the Brooklyn Museum has mounted an exceedingly scholarly exhibition of the very . American Art-Exhibitions. Ruskin, John-Influence. Moore, Charles Herbert-Exhibitions.
As the Brooklyn Museum has mounted an exceedingly scholarly exhibition of the very painters in whom my predecessor put such hopes, I could scarcely pass up the opportunity to see what the hot artists of the age were up t. An anonymous essay in The New Path articulates part of their program in this way: "The artist who would draw trees rightly must draw a great many sprigs of three or four leaves each, and then a great many leafy boughs. With such training he may hope to draw a summer forest at last, as it should be drawn.
Linda S. Gerdts, The New Path: Ruskin and the American Pre-Raphaelites, exh. ca. Brooklyn Museum (Brooklyn, NY, 1985), catalogue no. 55, reproduced in b/w p. 203. Theodore E. Stebbins, J. Virginia Anderson, Melissa Renn, and Susan C. Ricci, Th. Ricci, The Last Ruskinians: Charles Eliot Norton, Charles Herbert Moore, and Their Circle, exh. Harvard University Art Museums (Cambridge, MA, 2007), pp. 72-73, 94, pl. 28. Virginia Anderson, and Kimberly Orcutt, e. American Paintings at Harvard, Volume Two, Paintings, Drawings, Pastels and Stained Glass.
New York: Abbeville Press, 1987. American Pre-Raphaelites. Ferber, Linda . and William H. Gerdts. The New Path: Ruskin and the American Pre-Raphaelites. Brooklyn: The Brooklyn Museum, 1985. William Trost Richards. illiam Trost Richards: American Landscape & Marine Painter, 1833-1905. Brooklyn: The Brooklyn Museum, 1973. Ferber, Linda S. The Power of Patronage: William Trost Richards and the American Watercolor Movement. In Linda S. Ferber and Barbara Dayer Gallati, Masters of Color and Light: Homer, Sargent, and the American Watercolor Movement.
Now ''The New Path: Ruskin and the American Pre-Raphaelites,'' the first show to study this .
Now ''The New Path: Ruskin and the American Pre-Raphaelites,'' the first show to study this short-lived movement in depth, has been mounted by the Brooklyn Museum, where it will run through June 10 before moving to Boston. The American Pre-Raphaelites, also known as Realists or Naturalists, were led by Thomas Charles Farrer, an English expatriate artist and ardent Ruskin acolyte. The show in Brooklyn, organized by Linda S. Ferber, curator of American painting and sculpture there, and William H. Gerdts, executive officer of the P. program in art history at the Graduate School of the City University of New York, is mounted in three sections.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The Brooklyn Museum, 1985, Very Good/No Jacket, 4to - over 9¾ - 12 tall 0-8052-0780-5. 288 p. illustrated, biblio. Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Brooklyn Museum, New York, Mar. 29-June 10, 1985 No writing or major wear. The Fogg museum at Harvard and the Princeton University museum have two major collections of such notable American Pre-Raphaelites included in "The New Path" as Thomas Farrer, Charles Moore and Francesca Alexander.
Ferber, Linda and William H. Mead Art Museum, Amherst College, Amherst, Mass. Berry-Hill Galleries, New York, . 998: 25, pl. 20, 68. Exh. cat. The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, 1985: 180-192. Danly, Susan and Bruce Weber. For Beauty and for Truth: The William and Abigail Gerdts Collection of American Still Life. Related Content.