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Everybody Paints The Lives And Art Of The Wyeth Family

Author: Susan Goldman Rubin
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9780811869843
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In this distinctive volume, acclaimed biographer Susan Goldman Rubin shares the fascinating story of the Wyeths—N.C., Andrew, and Jamie—three generations of painters and arguably the First Family of American Art. The accessible text traces the events that shaped their art and the ways their art influenced them in return, while the crisp design showcases gorgeous reproductions of the works that have made the Wyeth family legendary.

Boost Your Steam Program With Great Literature And Activities

Author: Liz Knowles Ed.D.
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1440862516
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You've created a STEAM program in your library, but how do you work literacy into the curriculum? With this collection of resource recommendations, direction for program development, and activities, you'll have students reading proficiently in no time. • Presents complementary annotated books and discussion questions to engage students in STEAM topics • Offers topical project and problem-solving activity ideas for students in the library makerspace • Provides research and additional resources for teachers and librarians to use in implementing successful STEAM programs

Maya Lin

Author: Susan Goldman Rubin
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 1452140898
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The Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., is one of the most famous pieces of civic architecture in the world. But most people are not as familiar with the reserved college student who entered and won the design competition to build it. This accessible biography tells the story of Maya Lin, from her struggle to stick with her vision of the memorial to the wide variety of works she has created since then. The carefully researched text, paired with ample photos, crosses multiple interests—American history, civic activism, art history, and cultural diversity—and offers a timely celebration of the memorial's 35th anniversary as well as providing an important contribution to the current discussion of the role of women and minorities in society.

An American Vision

Author: James H. Duff
ISBN: 9780316025379
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This 2007 edition of An American Vision, originally published in connection with the exhibition by the Brandywine River Museum and exhibited around the world, contains art from Andrew Wyeth, N.C. Wyeth and James Wyeth and essays by Andrew Wyeth, James Duff, Thomas Hoving and Lincoln Kirstein. Published by Bullfinch Press and Borders, it is filled with full color plates of the paintings and drawings of all three of the Wyeth clan. Moving through the pages is not unlike strolling the museums where this exhibition traveled throughout the USA and in Russia, England and Japan. It is a book of revelations about the three artists and an homage to a family talent and vision that persists.

Roy S House

Author: Susan Golman Rubin
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 1452158126
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Welcome to Roy's house! Come on in and take a look around. There is a big sofa with room for lots of friends, three red fish swimming in a bowl, a yellow chair for reading, and, of course, Roy's studio, filled with paintbrushes. Susan Goldman Rubin pairs her simple narrative style with the energetic works of Roy Lichtenstein to create an early concept book that is also a fun and accessible introduction to one of the twentieth century's most iconic artists. Plus, this is the fixed format version, which looks almost identical to the print edition.

Andrew Wyeth

Author: Patricia Junker
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300223951
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"Andrew Wyeth painted the landscapes and people in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, where he grew up, and in mid-coast Maine, where he spent each summer--places that would inspire him for over seven decades. This centennial exhibition is a fitting moment to trace the threads that weave through the art of Andrew Wyeth, which never failed to engage viewers and confound critics through the long twentieth century"--


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LIFE Magazine is the treasured photographic magazine that chronicled the 20th Century. It now lives on at, the largest, most amazing collection of professional photography on the internet. Users can browse, search and view photos of today’s people and events. They have free access to share, print and post images for personal use.

First Impressions

Author: Richard Meryman
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
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Examines the life and work of the popular American artist.

Sondheim The Man Who Changed Musical Theater

Author: Susan Goldman Rubin
Publisher: Roaring Brook Press
ISBN: 1596438878
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In high school, Stephen Sondheim put a script in front of his friend and mentor Oscar Hammerstein. "I want you to treat this as if it were a script that just came across your desk," Sondheim told the older man. "In that case, it's the worst thing I ever read." So Stephen Sondheim kept writing. He kept composing and in time he became the greatest composer Broadway had ever seen. Beginning with the opening night of the classic musical West Side Story in 1957, and tracing Stephen's life from boyhood to his struggles as an up and coming Broadway composer/lyricist to a musical theater legend, Susan Rubin's Putting It Together draws readers into the passionate, tumultuous, and musical world of Stephen Sondheim.

N C Wyeth

Author: David Michaelis
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0060089261
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His name summons up our earliest images of the beloved books we read as children. His illustrations for Scribner's Illustrated Classics (Treasure Island, Kidnapped, The Last of the Mohicans, The Yearling) are etched into the collective memory of generations of readers. He was hailed as the greatest American illustrator of his day. For forty-three years, starting in 1902, N.C. Wyeth painted landscapes, still lifes, portraits, and murals, as well as illustrations for a long shelf of world literature. Yet despite worldwide acclaim, he judged himself a failure, believing that illustration was of no importance. David Michaelis tells the story of Wyeth's family through four generations -- a saga that begins and ends with tragedy -- and brings to life the huge-spirited, deeply complicated man, and an America that was quickly vanishing.