Masterworks of American art / the Teaching Company ; speaker Professor William Kloss.

Contributor(s): Kloss, William [teacher.] | Teaching Company [production company,, publisher.]
Material type: FilmFilmSeries: Great courses (DVD)Music & fine arts: Publisher: Chantilly, VA : Teaching Co., [2008]Copyright date: ©2008Description: 4 videodiscs (approximately 720 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 course guidebook (iv, 162 pages ; 19 cm)Content type: two-dimensional moving image Media type: video Carrier type: videodiscISBN: 9781598034998; 1598034995; 1598035002; 9781598035001Subject(s): Art, American | Art, AmericanGenre/Form: Instructional films. | Educational films. | Filmed lectures. | Nonfiction films. | Filmed lectures. | Educational films. | Instructional films. | Nonfiction films.DDC classification: 709.73 LOC classification: N6505 | .K57 2008
Contents:
Lecture 1. Art in the New World -- Lecture 2. 18th-century colonial art -- Lecture 3. The genius of Copley and C.W. Peale -- Lecture 4. A revolution in art -- Lecture 5. Portraiture in Federal America -- Lecture 6. Early historical and landscape painting -- Lecture 7. The 1820s : art in the era of good feelings -- Lecture 8. Thomas Cole and the American landscape -- Lecture 9. Thomas Cole: the late years -- Lecture 10. Other views, other visions -- Lecture 11. American genre painting -- Lecture 12. Native Americans and westward expansion -- Lecture 13. The Civil War in art -- Lecture 14. The glow of peace -- Lecture 15. Art: the mirror of social change -- Lecture 16. 1876-1893: the civic revival of the nation -- Lecture 17. 1885-1900: contrasts of dark and light -- Lecture 18. Americans abroad: expatriate painters -- Lecture 19. Thomas Eakins: innovation and rejection -- Lecture 20. Thomas Eakins: success and scandal -- Lecture 21. The last years: "And who is Eakins?" -- Lecture 22. Winslow Homer in England and New England -- Lecture 23. Winslow Homer: the last years -- Lecture 24. Ourselves and our posterity.
Taught by Professor William Kloss, the Smithsonian Associates, Smithsonian Institution.Summary: Series of 24 lectures (each approximately 30 min. long) surveying the history of American art from its colonial origins until just before World War I.
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Originally produced in 2008.

Lecture 1. Art in the New World -- Lecture 2. 18th-century colonial art -- Lecture 3. The genius of Copley and C.W. Peale -- Lecture 4. A revolution in art -- Lecture 5. Portraiture in Federal America -- Lecture 6. Early historical and landscape painting -- Lecture 7. The 1820s : art in the era of good feelings -- Lecture 8. Thomas Cole and the American landscape -- Lecture 9. Thomas Cole: the late years -- Lecture 10. Other views, other visions -- Lecture 11. American genre painting -- Lecture 12. Native Americans and westward expansion -- Lecture 13. The Civil War in art -- Lecture 14. The glow of peace -- Lecture 15. Art: the mirror of social change -- Lecture 16. 1876-1893: the civic revival of the nation -- Lecture 17. 1885-1900: contrasts of dark and light -- Lecture 18. Americans abroad: expatriate painters -- Lecture 19. Thomas Eakins: innovation and rejection -- Lecture 20. Thomas Eakins: success and scandal -- Lecture 21. The last years: "And who is Eakins?" -- Lecture 22. Winslow Homer in England and New England -- Lecture 23. Winslow Homer: the last years -- Lecture 24. Ourselves and our posterity.

Taught by Professor William Kloss, the Smithsonian Associates, Smithsonian Institution.

Series of 24 lectures (each approximately 30 min. long) surveying the history of American art from its colonial origins until just before World War I.

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