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William Woodward [electronic resource] : American Impressionist.

By: Hinckley, Robert C.
Contributor(s): Schmidt, George | Gruber, J. Richard | Poesch, Jessie | Bonner, Judith.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Greeneville : University Press of Mississippi, 2011Description: 1 online resource (208 p.).ISBN: 9781621038870 (electronic bk.); 1621038874 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Impressionism (Art) - Louisiana - New Orleans | Painting - Louisiana - New Orleans | Woodward, William, 1859-1939 | ART / History / General | Woodward, William, 1859-1939 | Impressionism (Art) -- Louisiana -- New Orleans | Painting -- Louisiana -- New OrleansGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: William Woodward : American ImpressionistDDC classification: 759.13 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Cover; TABLE OF CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION; BIOGRAPHY; PREFACE; "William Woodward, New Orleans and the Art of the South"; "William Woodward: Training that Shaped His Career as Teacher, Artist, and Advocate of the Arts"; "William Woodward: Muse to the Preservation Movement in the Vieux Carr�e"; "Coasting: The Retirement Years of William and Louise G. Woodward at Biloxi, Mississippi"; AUTOBIOGRAPHY; PLATE INDEX; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS;
Summary: William Woodward (1859-1939) was a force in New Orleans and the art world, and his legacy endures. In this first compilation of examples of Woodward's work spanning his career, essayists offer unique perspectives on the artist and his art. Woodward was a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design and the Massachusetts Normal Art School. He started the School of Art and organized the Department of Architecture at Tulane University, and he taught evening art classes to citizens of New Orleans. His oil crayon paintings of the French Quarter were instrumental in preserving the French Quarter.
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Cover; TABLE OF CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION; BIOGRAPHY; PREFACE; "William Woodward, New Orleans and the Art of the South"; "William Woodward: Training that Shaped His Career as Teacher, Artist, and Advocate of the Arts"; "William Woodward: Muse to the Preservation Movement in the Vieux Carr�e"; "Coasting: The Retirement Years of William and Louise G. Woodward at Biloxi, Mississippi"; AUTOBIOGRAPHY; PLATE INDEX; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS;

William Woodward (1859-1939) was a force in New Orleans and the art world, and his legacy endures. In this first compilation of examples of Woodward's work spanning his career, essayists offer unique perspectives on the artist and his art. Woodward was a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design and the Massachusetts Normal Art School. He started the School of Art and organized the Department of Architecture at Tulane University, and he taught evening art classes to citizens of New Orleans. His oil crayon paintings of the French Quarter were instrumental in preserving the French Quarter.

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