- Author:Allen S. Weller
- Publisher:University of Illinois Press (September 1, 1968)
- Pages:186 pages
- Subcategory:History & Criticism
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by Allen Stuart Weller. Published 1968 by University of Illinois Press in Urbana. The De Young lectures in higher education at Illinois State University, 1966, Illini books. Marion De Young lectures in higher education,, 1966. W4. The Physical Object. 185 p. Number of pages.
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Allen Stuart Weller has written: 'The joys and sorrows of recent American art' - subject(s): American Art, Art, American, Beeldende kunsten. Lorado in Paris' - subject(s): Sculptors, Biography, Correspondence. What has the author Allen S Weller written? Allen S. Weller has written: 'Francesco di Giorgio, 1439-1501'.
Weller, Allen S. The Joys and Sorrows of Recent American Art (includes artist’s statements). Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1968. Art Journal 31, no. 1 (Autumn 1971): pp. 110, 112. Baker, Elizabeth C. Hans Hofmann: sm and Color in New York, 1945–65 (includes artist’s statements).
Allen S. Weller, professor emeritus of art at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, former director of the Krannert Art Museum, and author of The Joys and Sorrows of Recent American Art.
-Allen S. Larry Kanfer is an award-winning photographic artist who operates galleries in Champaign, Illinois, and online at ww. anfer. His original artwork is featured in public and private collections nationally.
The Sorrows of an American is Siri Hustvedt's fourth novel. It was first published in 2008 and is about a Norwegian American family and their troubles. The novel is partly autobiographical in that Hustvedt herself is of Norwegian descent and in that passages from her own deceased father's journal about the Depression in America and the Pacific theatre of war during World War II are scattered through the book.
Georgia, 1970); Allen S. Weller, The Joys and Sorrows of Recent American Art (Univ. Illinois Press, 1968); Udo Kultermann, The New Painting (1969); Radical Realism (1972, Praeger); Ellen Schwartz, A Conversation with Philip Pearlstein," Art in Am. (Sept. Artprice presentation.