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Cultural leadership in America : art matronage and patronage /
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
imprint
Boston : the Trustees of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, 1997.
description
124 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
ISBN
0964847558
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series title
imprint
Boston : the Trustees of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, 1997.
isbn
0964847558
contents note
Art matronage in post-Victorian America / Wanda Corn -- Women artists and the problems of metropolitan culture : New York and Chicago, 1890-1910 / Christine Stansell -- Women's philanthropy for women's art, past and present / Karen J. Blair -- Never complain, never explain : Elsie de Wolfe and the art of social change / David Park Curry -- Private museums, public leadership : Isabella Stewart Gardner and the art of cultural authority / Anne Higonnet -- The special connection : Albert Barnes and Lincoln University / David Levering Lewis -- Midwestern medievalism : three Chicago collectors / Neil Harris.
general note
"The essays in this publication were originally presented at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum as ... the Museum's fourth annual interdisciplinary symposium, which was held in 1995 ..."--T.p. verso.
catalogue key
2213168
 
Includes bibliographical references.
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Table of Contents
Art Matronage in Post-Victorian America
Women Artists and the Problems of Metropolitan Culture: New York and Chicago, 1890-1910
Women's Philanthropy for Women's Art, Past and Present
Never Complain, Never Explain: Elsie de Wolfe and the Art of Social Change
Private Park Museums, Public Leadership: Isabella Stewart Gardner and the Art of Cultural Authority
The Special Connection: Albert Barnes and Lincoln University
Midwestern Medievalism: Three Chicago Collectors
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