American Genre Painters in Venice: 1877-1893, Volume I.
2004 · New York
by Fiorino-Iannace, Giovanna
New York: The City University of New York, 2004. Softcover. VG (Missing Volume II, which includes the illus., though these usually don't copy well anyway.). Dissertation. Photocopied from microfilm by UMI. Spiral-bound, 384 pp., no illus. Dissertation. "Concentrates on the American artists who romanticized the Venetians and provided superficial images of the women and men at work, in relation to the works created by their European counterparts. [The author proposes] that the American artists were advancing an Italian stereotype with which American viewers would feel comfortable." (abstract) Fiorino-Iannace went on to work at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. (Inventory #: 142761)