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  1. Abbey's Last Mural Paintings
    Scribners, January 1912, pp. 1-16
  2. Abbey's Latest Mural Paintings
    Scribners, December 1908, pp. 656-668
  3. An American Academy at Rome
    The Harpers Monthly, March 1895, pp. 626-629
  4. American Artists (1923)
    3 Reviews, 2 Readable
  5. Art and Common-Sense (1913)
    3 Reviews, 2 Readable
  6. Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1907)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  7. Augustus Saint-Gaudens
    The Outlook, September 22, 1906, pp. 198-208
  8. Augustus St. Gaudens
    The North American Review, November 1903, pp. 725-738
  9. [+]
    Books New and Old (34 Reviews)
    Hans Holbein and Some Other Masters
    1. Hans Holbein the Younger by Gerald Stanley Davies
    2. Michael Angelo Buonarotti by Charles Holroyd
    3. Donatello by Lord Balcarres
    4. Botticelli by A. Streeter
    5. Michael Angelo Buonarroti by Ronald Sutherland Gower
    6. Thomas Gainsborough by Ronald Sutherland Gower
    7. A History of Painting in Italy by Joseph A. Crowe, Giovanni B. Cavalcaselle, and R. Langton Douglas, ...
    8. The Anonimo by George C. Williamson
    9. Drawings of the Florentine Painters by Bernard Berenson
    10. Leonardo da Vinci by Georg Gronau
    11. Albrecht Durer by Lina Eckenstein
    12. Millet by Romain Rolland
    13. The French Impressionists, 1860-1900 by Camille Mauclair
    14. Thomas Gainsborough by Arthur Bensley Chamberlain
    15. Van Dyck by Lionel Cust
    16. Hubert and John Van Eyck: Their Life and Work by Frances Weale
    17. Leonardo da Vinci by Herbert P. Horne
    18. The Art of the Italian Renaissance by Heinrich Wolfflin
    19. Rome and the Renaissance by Julian Klaczko
    20. Isabella D'Este, Marchioness of Mantua, 1474-1539 by Julia Cartwright
    21. Beatrice D'Este, Duchess of Milan, 1475-1497 by Julia Mary Cartwright Ady
    22. The Book of Italian Travel, 1580-1900 by H. Neville Maugham
    23. The Life of Benvenuto Cellini by John Addington Symonds and Benvenuto Cellini
    24. Great Masters by John La Farge
    25. The History of American Sculpture by Lorado Taft
    26. Recollections and Impressions of James A. McNeill Whistler by Arthur Jerome Eddy
    27. The Art of James McNeill Whistler by Thomas R. Way, G.R. Dennis, and James McNeill Whistler, ...
    28. The Gentle Art of Making Enemies by James McNeill Whistler
    29. The Work of John S. Sargent by John S. Sargent
    30. Bryan's Dictionary of Painters and Engravers by George C. Williamson
    31. The Sculptures of the Parthenon by Alexander S. Murray
    32. Miniature Painters, British and Foreign, American by Joshua James Foster
    33. Mezzotints by Cyril Davenport
    34. Samuel William Reynolds by Alfred Whitman
    The Atlantic Monthly, March 1904, pp. 402-413
  10. Color in the Court of Honor at the Fair
    The Century Magazine, July 1893, pp. 323-334
  11. Creative Americans: An American Architect
    The Outlook, July 27, 1907, pp. 681-685
  12. The Death of Espartero
    The Harpers Monthly, September 1896, pp. 596-599
  13. Edmund Clarence Stedman
    The Century Magazine, October 1894, pp. 899-900
  14. Edward Burne-Jones
    Munsey's Magazine, February 1907, pp. 573-587
  15. Egotism in Contemporary Art
    The Atlantic Monthly, May 1894, pp. 644-651
  16. The Eighteenth-Century Color Print and English Society
    The Century Magazine, November 1911, pp. 3-14
  17. Famous Mezzotints
    Munsey's Magazine, February 1906, pp. 532-542
  18. The Field of Art
    Wild Beasts Sculptured by A. Phimister Proctor
    Scribners, December 1910, pp. 637-640
  19. The Field of Art
    Charles F. McKim
    Scribners, January 1910, pp. 125-130
  20. The Field of Art
    The Genius of Spain in New York
    Scribners, June 1911, pp. 765-768
  21. The Field of Art
    Some Discursive Reflections on the Art of Art Criticism
    Scribners, December 1923, pp. 762-770
  22. The Field of Art
    Quantity Production Furniture as Art---Museum and Factory Combine to Beautify Industria...
    Scribners, April 1924, pp. 458-467
  23. The Field of Art
    Leon Bonnat and the Cult of the Drawing---Reflections on a Delightful Hobby
    Scribners, August 1924, pp. 217-224
  24. The Field of Art
    Religious Painting---Its True Source Amongst the Old Masters and in Modern Times
    Scribners, December 1924, pp. 672-680
  25. The Field of Art
    On the Work of Eugene F. Savage
    Scribners, February 1924, pp. 233-243
  26. The Field of Art
    On James Earle Fraser, and on German Art
    Scribners, January 1924, pp. 123-131
  27. The Field of Art
    Early American Portraiture---The Origin of Our Artistic Good Manners
    Scribners, July 1924, pp. 106-114
  28. The Field of Art
    Degas, Draftsman and Painter---Notes Apropos of the Recent Exhibition in Paris
    Scribners, June 1924, pp. 680-688
  29. The Field of Art
    Sargent, the Painter of Modern Tenseness---the Nature of His Genius
    Scribners, March 1924, pp. 345-355
  30. The Field of Art
    Besnard and Some Others---New York as a Clearing-House for Foreign Art
    Scribners, May 1924, pp. 569-579
  31. The Field of Art
    The Study of American Art---Some Suggestions for Women's Clubs
    Scribners, November 1924, pp. 561-565
  32. The Field of Art
    An American Inspiration in Architecture---What Big Business Has Done for Our Art
    Scribners, October 1924, pp. 448-459
  33. The Field of Art
    Venice: the Paintable City---Threats Against Its Beauty
    Scribners, September 1924, pp. 331-340
  34. The Field of Art
    Landscape Painting in America---The Centenary of George Inness
    Scribners, April 1925, pp. 441-451
  35. The Field of Art
    Honore Daumier: The Satirist
    Scribners, August 1925, pp. 217-224
  36. The Field of Art
    Still Life and the Author of "As I Like It"
    Scribners, December 1925, pp. 665-672
  37. The Field of Art
    Gavarni---His Genius for the Interpretation of the Social Pageant of His Time
    Scribners, February 1925, pp. 216-224
  38. The Field of Art
    The Opening of the American Wing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
    Scribners, January 1925, pp. 104-113
  39. The Field of Art
    Mariano Fortuny and His Tradition of Dexterity in Painting
    Scribners, July 1925, pp. 105-112
  40. The Field of Art
    A Review of the Art Season of 1924-1925 in New York
    Scribners, June 1925, pp. 664-672
  41. The Field of Art
    A Modern Old Master---The Centenary of Puvis de Chavannes
    Scribners, March 1925, pp. 328-336
  42. The Field of Art
    The Art of Mural Decoration---Its Development in the United States
    Scribners, May 1925, pp. 552-564
  43. The Field of Art
    Emile-Antoine Bourdelle and the Renovation of French Sculpture
    Scribners, November 1925, pp. 553-560
  44. The Field of Art
    George Bellows and His Americanism
    Scribners, October 1925, pp. 440-448
  45. The Field of Art
    Raphael and the Art of Portrait Painting
    Scribners, September 1925, pp. 328-336
  46. The Field of Art
    Tiepolo---The Virtuoso of Eighteenth-Century Venetian Art
    Scribners, April 1926, pp. 439-449
  47. The Field of Art
    The Significance of Ingres in America
    Scribners, August 1926, pp. 232-243
  48. The Field of Art
    The Private Collections of England
    Scribners, December 1926, pp. 696-704
  49. The Field of Art
    Sandro Botticelli Seen Through Oriental Eyes
    Scribners, February 1926, pp. 217-225
  50. The Field of Art
    A Great Modern Draftsman---Jean-Louis Forain
    Scribners, January 1926, pp. 104-113
  51. The Field of Art
    Hogarth as Moralist and Painter
    Scribners, July 1926, pp. 105-112
  52. The Field of Art
    The Genius of Water-Color Painting
    Scribners, June 1926, pp. 665-684
  53. The Field of Art
    Some Episodes in the American Art Season
    Scribners, March 1926, pp. 328-337
  54. The Field of Art
    The Soil of Spain in Spanish Art
    Scribners, May 1926, pp. 552-561
  55. The Field of Art
    A Beautiful Monument to Gilbert Stuart
    Scribners, November 1926, pp. 569-579
  56. The Field of Art
    A Friend of Sargent's, Antonio Mancini
    Scribners, October 1926, pp. 456-467
  57. The Field of Art
    The Sons of No Man's Land---Arthur B. Davies
    Scribners, September 1926, pp. 344-355
  58. The Field of Art
    The Great Exhibition of Flemish Painting in London
    Scribners, April 1927, pp. 441-449
  59. The Field of Art
    The British Tradition in the H.E. Huntington Collection
    Scribners, August 1927, pp. 249-257
  60. The Field of Art
    Edouard Manet
    Scribners, December 1927, pp. 761-768
  61. The Field of Art
    Frank Duveneck and His Munich Tradition
    Scribners, February 1927, pp. 216-225
  62. The Field of Art
    Contemporary Painting at Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh
    Scribners, January 1927, pp. 104-113
  63. The Field of Art
    Eugene Savage's Decorations for the Elks' National Memorial
    Scribners, July 1927, pp. 120-129
  64. The Field of Art
    Salient Episodes in the Last Art Season
    Scribners, June 1927, pp. 695-704
  65. The Field of Art
    Claude Monet and Impressionism in Landscape Painting
    Scribners, March 1927, pp. 329-337
  66. The Field of Art
    The Centenary of Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux
    Scribners, May 1927, pp. 568-577
  67. The Field of Art
    Augustus Saint-Gaudens and His Memorial in New Hampshire
    Scribners, November 1927, pp. 632-641
  68. The Field of Art
    The Italian Tradition in the Clarence H. Mackay Collection
    Scribners, October 1927, pp. 504-513
  69. The Field of Art
    El Greco, a Portent in Spanish Art
    Scribners, September 1927, pp. 376-385
  70. The Field of Art
    Chardin and His Contribution to Painter's Painting
    Scribners, April 1928, pp. 493-527
  71. The Field of Art
    Houdon, a Master of Special Interest to America
    Scribners, August 1928, pp. 246-265
  72. The Field of Art
    The Painter with Something to Say
    Scribners, December 1928, pp. 752-760
  73. The Field of Art
    The Sculpture of Edward McCartan---The Winter Academy
    Scribners, February 1928, pp. 236-264
  74. The Field of Art
    The Twenty-sixth International at Pittsburgh
    Scribners, January 1928, pp. 102-133
  75. The Field of Art
    A Review of the Season of 1927-1928
    Scribners, July 1928, pp. 110-143
  76. The Field of Art
    The Genius of Albrecht Durer
    Scribners, June 1928, pp. 772-790
  77. The Field of Art
    Some Old Masters Recently in New York
    Scribners, March 1928, pp. 367-395
  78. The Field of Art
    H. Siddons Mowbray, American Mural Painter
    Scribners, May 1928, pp. 650-659
  79. The Field of Art
    Daniel Gabriel Rossetti
    Scribners, November 1928, pp. 617-637
  80. The Field of Art
    Goya
    Scribners, October 1928, pp. 484-507
  81. The Field of Art
    The Present Status of the Barbizon School
    Scribners, September 1928, pp. 361-381
  82. The Field of Art
    Some Incidents in the New York Art Season
    Scribners, April 1929, pp. 484-493
  83. The Field of Art
    The Painter's Craft
    Scribners, August 1929, pp. 220-236
  84. The Field of Art
    An Italian Fantasia
    Scribners, December 1929, pp. 700-708
  85. The Field of Art
    The Art of Edwin Austin Abbey
    Scribners, February 1929, pp. 230-245
  86. The Field of Art
    The International Exhibition at Pittsburgh
    Scribners, January 1929, pp. 109-123
  87. The Field of Art
    Some Leaders in Our Architectural Renaissance
    Scribners, July 1929, pp. 100-120
  88. The Field of Art
    The Mystery of the Leonardesque
    Scribners, June 1929, pp. 714-728
  89. The Field of Art
    Apropos of a Dutch Exhibition in London
    Scribners, March 1929, pp. 355-367
  90. The Field of Art
    A Contemporary Movement in American Design
    Scribners, May 1929, pp. 588-611
  91. The Field of Art
    Sir Peter Paul Rubens
    Scribners, November 1929, pp. 582-591
  92. The Field of Art
    English Sculpture and Alfred Gilbert
    Scribners, October 1929, pp. 451-476
  93. The Field of Art
    Jacques Louis David and the Classical Idea
    Scribners, September 1929, pp. 334-355
  94. The Field of Art
    Some Recent Additions to the Literature of Art
    Scribners, February 1930, pp. 228-237
  95. The Field of Art
    The 28th International Exhibition at Pittsburgh
    Scribners, January 1930, pp. 110-119
  96. The Field of Art
    Incidents of the Winter Season in New York
    Scribners, March 1930, pp. 346-354
  97. Frederic Remington
    A Painter of American Life
    Scribners, February 1910, pp. 181-195
  98. George Frederick Watts
    The North American Review, September 1904, pp. 410-419
  99. In Foreign Streets
    Scribners, August 1906, pp. 193-202
  100. John La Farge
    The Outlook, October 27, 1906, pp. 479-488
  101. John La Farge: A Memoir and a Study (1911)
    2 Reviews, 2 Readable
  102. John S. Sargent
    Scribners, November 1903, pp. 515-532
  103. Landmarks of Manhattan
    Scribners, November 1895, pp. 531-543
  104. The Life of Whitelaw Reid (1921)
    Journalism, War and Politics
    5 Reviews, 1 Readable
  105. Literary Personalities
    George Bernard Shaw
    The Outlook, November 25, 1905, pp. 732-735
  106. The Making of a Mural Decoration
    The Century Magazine, November 1899, pp. 58-62
  107. Mural Decoration in America, I
    The Century Magazine, November 1895, pp. 110-121
  108. The Museum of the Prado
    The Harpers Monthly, May 1895, pp. 921-939
  109. [+]
    New Aspects of Art Study (18 Reviews)
    Old English Masters Engraved by Timothy Cole, by John C. Van Dyke and Timothy Cole
    1. Old English Masters Engraved by Timothy Cole by John C. Van Dyke and Timothy Cole
    2. The Study and Criticism of Italian Art by Bernhard Berenson
    3. Frans Hals by Gerald Stanley Davies
    4. William Hogarth by Austin Dobson
    5. Turner by Walter Armstrong
    6. Constable and His Influence on Landscape Painting by C.J. Holmes
    7. Fra Angelico by Langton Douglas
    8. Andrea Montegna by Paul Kristeller
    9. Pintoricchio: His Life, Work, and Time by Corrado Ricci
    10. A History of Siena by R. Langton Douglas
    11. The Story of Siena and San Gimignano by Edmund G. Gardner
    12. Andrea Palladio: His Life and Works by Banister Fletcher
    13. French Engravers and Draughtsmen of the Eighteenth Century by Emilia F.S. Dilke
    14. Nineteenth Century Art by D.S. MacColl
    15. Views and Reviews by W.E. Henley
    16. The Meaning of Pictures by John C. Van Dyke
    17. The Enjoyment of Art by Carleton E. Noyes
    18. Spirals in Nature and Art by Theodore Andrea Cook
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1903, pp. 832-841
  110. New Figures in Literature and Art
    Daniel Chester French
    The Atlantic Monthly, February 1895, pp. 223-229
  111. The Painter Diaz
    The Century Magazine, May 1896, pp. 3-7
  112. The Painter's Craft (1930)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  113. Personalities in Art (1925)
    4 Reviews, 3 Readable
  114. The Present State of European Painting
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 1906, pp. 684-692
  115. [+]
    "Puck of Pook's Hill" (Review)
    Puck of Pook's Hill, by Rudyard Kipling
    1. Puck of Pook's Hill by Rudyard Kipling
    The North American Review, November 2, 1906, pp. 926-930
  116. New Books Received
    [+]
    The Game of the Future (Review)
    Through the Eye of the Needle, by William Dean Howells
    1. Through the Eye of the Needle by William Dean Howells
    The North American Review, September 1907, pp. 127-129
  117. A Sheaf of Letters
    Scribners, September 1922, pp. 306-314
  118. Significant Art Books
    The Atlantic Monthly, February 1905, pp. 270-280
  119. [+]
    Significant Art Books (27 Reviews)
    The Royal Collection of Paintings at Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle, by Lionel He...
    1. The Royal Collection of Paintings at Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle by Lionel Henry Cust
    2. British Portrait Painters and Engravers of the Eighteenth Century, Kneller to Reynolds by Edmund Gosse
    3. The Reminiscences of Henry Angelo by Henry Angelo
    4. The Royal Academy and Its Members, 1768-1830 by John Evan Hodgson, R.A. Eaton, and Fred A. Eaton, ...
    5. The Royal Academy of Arts by Algernon Graves
    6. Sir Joshua Reynolds by Walter Armstrong
    7. Sir Joshua Reynolds, P.R.A. by William B. Boulton
    8. Fifteen Discourses, Delivered in the Royal Academy by Joshua Reynolds
    9. B. R. Haydon and His Friends by George Paston
    10. Pre-Raphaelitism and the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherood by William Holman Hunt
    11. G.F. Watts: Reminiscences by Mrs. Russell Barrington
    12. Kate Greenaway by M.H. Spielmann and G.S. Layard
    13. The Book of the Spiritual Life by Emilia Francis Strong Dilke
    14. The History of American Painting by Samuel Isham
    15. Auguste Rodin: The Man, His Ideas, His Works by Camille Mauclair
    16. Velazquez by Auguste Breal
    17. Giotto by Basil de Selincourt
    18. Albert Durer by T. Sturge Moore
    19. Constable by M. Sturge Henderson
    20. Drawings by Pisanello by George F. Hill and Pisanello
    21. Character of Renaissance Architecture by Charles Herbert Moore
    22. Paintings of the Louvre: Italian and Spanish by Arthur Mahler, Carlos Blacker, and W.A. Slater
    23. The National Gallery by Gustave Geffroy
    24. The Peel Collection and the Dutch School of Painting by Walter Armstrong
    25. Ivories by Alfred Maskell
    26. Miniatures by Dudley Heath
    27. English Furniture by Frederick S. Robinson
    The Atlantic Monthly, February 1906, pp. 269-282
  120. Some Imaginative Types in American Art
    The Harpers Monthly, July 1895, pp. 165-178
  121. Some Writers of Good Letters
    Edward Fitzgerald; James Russell Lowell; Matthew Arnold
    The Century Magazine, March 1897, pp. 780-789
  122. The Tercentenary of Rembrandt
    Munsey's Magazine, July 1906, pp. 397-413
  123. Whistler
    The Atlantic Monthly, December 1903, pp. 826-837
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