Ralph Earl: Recorder for an Era

By: Goodrich, Laurence B.

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Here at long last is a study of the life and paintings of Ralph Earl, the colorful eighteenth-century American artist whose pictures hang in the great galleries but about whom relatively little has appeared in print. A pioneer landscapist in a day when portraiture was the vogue, a Tory in Revolutionary New England, he nevertheless captured the stance and spirit of the new nation in the first decades after the Revolution. He portrayed the merchants and civic leaders of the time, often with their families, in their homes, orchards, business establishments -- and the result is a record of post-Revolutionary American dress, design, and decoration as well as face and figure. Forty-one paintings are described and illustrated, including 3 in color.

Title: Ralph Earl: Recorder for an Era

Author Name: Goodrich, Laurence B.

Categories: Artists,

Edition: 1st

Publisher: Oneonta, State University of New York: 1967

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Type: Book

Seller ID: 10781

Keywords: American Artist