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A History of the Rise and Progress of the Arts of Design in the United States Vol. 2 of 3 is written by William Dunlap who was a pioneer of American theater. Dunlap was a producer, actor, playwright, and historian in addition to his role as Vice President of the National Academy of Design. His extensive career in the arts and his experience as an historian makes him a valuable expert in the field, and the perfect author for this three book series.
This book stands out as a wonderful resource for historians, artists, and art enthusiasts because of the well-spring of historic information it provides. The text discusses specific artists, collections, and the life of the artist during the colonial and federal periods in America history. All forms of art are explored in this series including architecture, painting, and woodwork to name a few; this particular volume also includes many illustrations to help the reader understand the concepts that are explored within the text. Finally, The book also comes with a full appendix at the back of the publication which makes the text easily searchable for specific concepts that the reader might want to focus on exclusively.
A History of the Rise and Progress of the Arts of Design in the United States Vol. 2 of 3 stands out as a beautifully written book full of invaluable information about American history and the arts. This book is expertly written by a foremost leader in the field of art history and design. The text is approachable to readers of any level of interest in the topics presented within.
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bound: 504 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (April 27, 2017)
isbn: 133014502X, 978-1330145029,
weight: 1.5 pounds (