An Artist of the American Renaissance

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Publisher : Kent State University Press

ISBN-13 : 9780873385176

Page : 197 pages

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Kenyon Cox was a leading American painter in the classical style and a traditionalist art critic. This collection of his private correspondence charts his personal life and career development, and provides an insight into the inner workings of the American art scene.

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