Spring 1999
Issue on American Art
in tribute to Professor William Gerdts


Guest Editor's Introduction
Kathleen Kienholz

Subjectivist Tendencies in Early  
Modernist American Art: 
The Case of Edwin Walter Dickinson 
by Mary Ellen Abell
Japanese Artists in New York  
Between the World Wars:
A New Chapter in American Art 
Mitsutoshi Oba
Fortune Telling, Matchmaking and Mummery: 
William Sidney Mount's Dregs in the Cup 
Melina Kervandjian
Notes on the Ethnic Image  
in Ashcan School Painting 
Margaret Stenz

Portraits: Talking with Artists at the Met,  
the Modern, the Louvre, and Elsewhere, 
by Michael Kimmelman
review by Caterina Pierre
Masters of Color and Light: Homer, Sargent, and the American Watercolor Movement,'' at the Brooklyn Museum of Art 
review by Margi Conrads
The Panorama: History of a Mass Medium, by Stephan Oettermann
review by Danielle Hughes

An Art Historian's New York:
Greenwich Village 
a walking tour
Matthew Postal
Problems in the Survey  
are Problems in American Art,
reflections on teaching 
Alan Moore
The Artist's 
a fiction,
Kathleen Notman


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