Lectures on the works and genius of Washington Allston by Ware, William

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Published by Phillips, Sampson in Boston .

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  • Allston, Washington, -- 1779-1843

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StatementBy William Ware.
SeriesLibrary of American civilization -- LAC 15130., American culture series -- reel 74:2., American culture series -- 74.2.
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LC ClassificationsND237.A4 W3
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FormatMicroform
Paginationiv p., 2 ¾., 154 p.
Number of Pages154
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Open LibraryOL17495549M
LC Control Number87803709
OCLC/WorldCa6796438

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Allston's Poems and Lectures on Art. [July, versatile felicity of his genius. In early life, while yet a student of painting in Rome, his works attracted the admira tion of his brother artists, and an able critic, in Bunsen's vol umes on Rome, declares that the coloring of his pictures ap proached nearer the great Italian masters than those.

Lectures on the works and genius of Washington Allston. A digital reproduction made from a copy held by the University of Michigan is available from the University of Michigan's Making of America Web site.

Contributor: Ware, William Date: The catalog is reprinted in Ware, William, Lectures on the Works and Genius of Washington Allston (Boston: Phillips, Sampson and Company, ), pp. –54; Daily Advertiser, 04 30, regretted the omission of the paintings' dates. Lectures on Art by Washington Allston Part 3 out of 3.

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Lectures on Art. The Sylphs of the Season with Other Poems. Lectures on the Works and Genius of Washington Allston. Boston: Phillips, Samson and Company. As appendix are reprinted the catalog of the Chester Harding Gallery exhibition of Allston’s works. White, Robert L. “Washington Allston: Banditti in Arcadia.” American Quarte no.

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Later Life of Washington Allston. Washington Allston was also quite renowned as a writer and had a lot of published works. He had published the Sylphs of the Seasons and others in London in The collection was also republished in Boston in Massachusetts in the same year. His wife departed in February and this made him feel homesick.

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Allston is known for his experiments with dramatic subject matter and his use of light and atmospheric colour. In addition to Allston’s poem, “The Sylphs of the Seasons” (), his literary work is in his Lectures on Art and Poems (), edited by his brother-in-law, Richard Henry Dana, Jr., author of Two Years Before the Mast.

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Washington Allston (), the first major American artist trained in Europe, produced important paintings, explored sculpture and architecture, and published poetry and art criticism. On his return to America he became influential in the cultural and intellectual life of New England.

Allston "knew everyone" and corresponded with many of the leading figures of his day, including. This collection of Allston's papers, letters, sketchbooks, poetry notebooks, and lectures on Composition and Form begins inwhen he sold the properties he had inherited from his father and set out to study painting in England, France, Switzerland, and Italy.

The Arts: Publications. Source. Washington Allston, Lectures on Art and Poems (New York Baker & Scribner, ) — a posthumously published collection that includes four discourses on aesthetics and the philosophy of art by an American romantic painter whose career spanned the years.

William Cullen Bryant, A Discourse on the Life, Character and Genius of Washington. Washington Allston. The Dead Man Revived. Birthplace: Waccamaw, SC Location of death: Cambridge, MA Cause of death: unspecified Remains: Buried, Harvard Square, Boston. American historical painter and poet, was born on the 5th of November at Waccamaw, South Carolina, where his father was a planter.

He graduated at Harvard inand Born: The book has no illustrations or index. It may have numerous typos or missing text. However, purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original rare book from the publisher's website ().

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Spears, Thomas T. Description of the Grand Historical Picture of Belshazzar’s Feast Painted by Washington Allston and Now Exhibiting at the Corinthian Gallery.

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‎The book is the collection of lectures on Art. As the word _idea_ will frequently occur, and will be found also to hold an important relation to our present subject, we shall endeavour, _in limine_, to possess our readers of the particular sense in which we understand and apply it.

An Idea, then, ac. “A Man of Genius”: The Art of Washington Allston () (Boston, ), discuss Allston’s paintings and drawings in light of his letters and biography but do not consider his Lectures, poems, or Monaldi in any detail. Lectures delivered in a course before the Lowell Institute, in Boston / by members of the Massachusetts historical society, on subjects relating to the early history of Massachusetts.

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