Description - The Smith College Museum of Art by John Davis
The Smith College Museum of Art in Northampton, Massachusetts, is widely acknowledged to have one of the most important college collections in America, and its area of greatest strength is the modern era. This volume brings together 100 masterpieces, all reproduced in full colour, and illuminated by individual essays. The European art, by French, British, German, Spanish and Russian masters, ranges from a Houdon bust to works by Moore and Nicholson, and is particularly rich in Impressionism. The American works range from early portraits by Copley and Stuart to Abstract Expressionist works by Kline, Motherwell and Mitchell.
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Author Biography - John Davis
JOHN DAVIS is Professor of Art History at Smith College. JAROSLAW LESHKO is Professor of Art at Smith College.