Field Studies in Art History
Field Studies in Art History ART 4100
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Boston Birthplace of American Art A review in pictures of ART 4100 Allbritton Field Study 1115 October 2006 Boston Carrie Johnson Cambridge H H Richardson s Romanesque Concord amp Mandi Marshall Lexington Fitzhugh Lane in Gloucester Tops eld Meredith Massar Woburn Childe Hassam in Boston Ipswich Payton Davis f 39 I Gloucester Albert Pinkham Byder39s Process Essex 7 Salem A a UJ HMLHI13HXltL Old North Church 1723 Copp s Hill Burying Ground 1659 quotRyder seminarquot in American Art department of Museum of Fine Arts Payton Davis examined Golden Hour Fishing Party Fitzhugh Lane Constance and everyone found interesting information in museum object files American galleries of the MFA Boston A partial View of the Colonial collection Copley s portraits Paul Revere39s silver Meredith Massar studied Childe Hassam s paintings of Boston and sought worksites and motifs around the city Charles River and Beacon Hill 1892 Styles we39ve studied in class Septembergmaos fa Apr 1 zap Boston Public LibraryMcKim Meade amp White 1882 John Adams Unboundquot an exhibition of Adams39 3800volume library WWW Murals by Sargent 1890ff and Puvis de Chavannes 1895 Imiih H H Richardson atHarvard Sever Hall 1880 and Austin Hall 188183 Austin Hall hallway Harvard campus church in Richardsonian style Carrie Johnson guides our looking at Richardson39s masterpiece Trinity Church 187277 Richardson Winn Library Woburn 1879 17 CONCORD ampLEXINGTON The Manse Emerson s grandfather s house and the path to the Concord Bridge Concord by Ralph Waldo Emerson By the rude bridge that arched the flood Theirflag to April s breeze unfurled Here once the embattled farmers stood And fired the shot heard round the world The foe long since in silence slept Alike the conqueror silent sleeps And Time the ruined bridge has swept Down the dark stream that seaward creeps On this green bank bythis soft stream We place with joy a votive stone Thatmemory maytheirdeeds redeem When like oursires our sons are gone Thou who made those heroes dare To die and leave their children free Bid Time and Nature gentlyspare The shaftwe raised to them and Thee Daniel Chester French Concord Minuteman 1889 Concord Cemetery Authors Ridge quotThe Maine Woods Ktaddnquot by Henry D Thoreau quotWho shall describe the inexpressible tenderness and immortal life of the grim forest where Nature though it be midwinter is ever in her spring where the moss grown and decaying trees are not old but seem to enjoy a perpetual youth and blissful innocent Nature like a serene infant is too happy to make a noise except by a few tinkling lisping birds and trickling rills What a place to live what a place to die and be buried in There certainly men would live forever and laugh at death and the grave There they could have no such thoughts as are associated with the village graveyard that make a grave out of one of those moist evergreen hummocks Die and be buried who will I mean to live here still My nature grows ever more young The primitive pines amongquot GLOUCESTER amp CAPE ANN Mandi Marshall studied Fitzhugh Lane39s work in the Cape Ann Historical Museum and led us to worksites and motifs around Cape Ann Meredith found another of Childe Hassam39s motifs on the hill Church at Gloucester 1919 Mandi helped us learn to recognize Lane39s Ten Pound Island in Gloucester Bay later we saw it from Fitzhugh Lane39s granite house near the Gloucester waterfront Splendid rocks of Cape Ann and a nearby beach SALEM House ofSeven Gabes 1668 and historic neighbors 397quot 74 MW a 39 quot Old Iransidas by Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr 1830 Ay tear her tattered ensign down Long has it waved on high And many an eye has danced to see That banner in the sky Beneath it rung the battle shout And burst the cannon39s roar The meteor ofthe ocean air Shall sweep the clouds no more Her deck once red with heroes39 blood Where knelt the vanquished foe When winds were hurrying o39er the flood And waves were white below No more shall feel the victor39s tread 0r know the conquered knee The harpies ofthe shore sha pluck The eage ofthe sea 0h betterthat her shattered buk Should sink beneath the wave Herthunders shookthe mighty deep And there should be her grave Nail to the mast her hoy flag Set every threadbare sai And give her to the god ofstorms The lightning and the gale Afinal morning of Boston sights 0 The Mapparium 1934 at the Christian Science Library 0 Mother Church of Christ Science 18941906 39 Women39s Memoriain Commonwealth Avenue Mall Meredith Bergmann 2003 Figures of three notable women Abigail Adams Lucy Stone Phillis Wheatley Richardson Brette Square Church 1871 Some KP favorites Salt marshes near our Saturday lunch spot Farnham39s in EsseXa favorite motif of Manin Johnson Heade below 0 1865 pendil on Parson Capen House 1690 Topsfield
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