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Title The "writing" of modern life : the etching revival in France, Britain, and the U.S., 1850-1940 / Elizabeth Helsinger ... [et al.].
Added title Etching revival in France, Britain, and the U.S., 1850-1940
Publisher/Date Chicago, Ill. : Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago, 2008.
Description viii, 101 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Location Call Number Vol./Copy Status Information
 Frick Book Stacks  NE1994 .W75 2008    AVAILABLE
Table of Contents
 The "Writing" of Modern Life / Elizabeth Helsinger1
 The New Language of Etching in Nineteenth-Century England / Martha Tedeschi25
 Seduced by the Etcher's Needle: French Writers and the Graphic Arts in Nineteenth-Century France / Anna Arnar39
 Interlude: Bracquemond and Buhot / Allison Morehead57
 Toward a Gothic Vision / Peyton Skipwith67
 Postlude: Reflections on Some Impressions / Erin Nerstad87
 Checklist of the Exhibition97
Note Catalogue published in conjunction with an exhibition held at the Smart Museum of Art, the University of Chicago, Nov. 18, 2008-Apr. 19, 2009.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Preface and acknowledgments -- The "writing" of modern life / Elizabeth Helsinger -- The new language of etching in nineteenth-century England / Martha Tedeschi -- Seduced by the etcher's needle : French writers and the graphic arts in nineteenth-century France / Anna Arnar -- Interlude : Bracquemond and Buhot / Allison Morehead -- Toward a Gothic vision / Peyton Skipwith -- Postlude : reflections on some impressions / Erin Nerstad -- Checklist of the exhibition.
Fund Frick: Purchased through The Gould Fund.
LC subject Etching -- 19th century -- Exhibitions.
Etching -- 20th century -- Exhibitions.
Etching -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Exhibitions.
David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art -- Exhibitions.
Other author Helsinger, Elizabeth K., 1943-
Related corporate bodies David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art.
ISBN 9780935573459 (alk. paper)
0935573453 (alk. paper)
WorldCat no. 225876156

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