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Although Americans have shown interest in Italian Baroque art since the eighteenth century&mdash;Thomas Jefferson bought copies of works by Salvator Rosa and Guido Reni for his art gallery at Monticello, and the seventeenth-century Bolognese school was admired by painters Benjamin West and John Singleton Copley&mdash;a widespread appetite for it only took hold in the early to mid-twentieth century. <em>Buying Baroque</em> tells this history through the personalities involved and the culture of collecting in the United States.

The distinguished contributors to this volume examine the dealers, auction houses, and commercial galleries that provided access to Baroque paintings, as well as the collectors, curators, and museum directors who acquired and shaped American perceptions about these works, including Charles Eliot Norton, John W. Ringling, A. Everett Austin Jr., and Samuel H. Kress. These essays explore aesthetic trends and influences to show why Americans developed an increasingly sophisticated taste for Baroque art between the late eighteenth century and the 1920s, and they trace the fervent peak of interest during the 1950s and 1960s.

A wide-ranging, in-depth look at the collecting of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Italian paintings in America, this volume sheds new light on the cultural conditions that led collectors to value Baroque art and the significant effects of their efforts on America&rsquo;s greatest museums and galleries.

In addition to the editor, contributors include Andrea Bayer, Virginia Brilliant, Andria Derstine, Marco Grassi, Ian Kennedy, J. Patrice Marandel, Pablo P&eacute;rez d&rsquo;Ors, Richard E. Spear, and Eric M. Zafran.

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Buying Baroque: Italian Seventeenth-Century Paintings Come to America (The Frick Collection Studies in the History of Art Collecting in America) Edgar Peters Bowron
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A different issue existed with Haarlem portraitureRembrandt held supreme, but the great overarching appeal of Dutch art for these collectors was its truthfulness to nature, particularly in regards to portraiture (Hals), landscape (Cuyp and Hobbema), and genre scenes (Vermeer, Ostade, Ter Borch)BRichard Meade (17881828), a Philadelphia merchant and businessman, for example, amassed an important collection of Old Master paintings between 1810 and 1820 while serving as United States Consul in Cdiz, Spain, where he assembled a gallery of pictures that was later placed on display in PhiladelphiaThey were supplemented, and even outnumbered, by Italian Renaissance paintings and sculptures donated by Samuel HThe National Gallery of Art has one of the finest collections of Dutch art in the world, but its distinctive character reflects the attitudes of the Gallerys founding fathers.[1] When the Gallery opened its doors to the public on March 17, 1941, it was largely through the generosity and foresight of Andrew WThe resurgence of interest in the Baroque began in Europe around World War I with the work of a handful of scholars, including the Swiss art historian Heinrich Wlfflin (18641945)The moment was propitious because the 1950s were a golden age for acquiring Baroque paintings; never before (or since) were they so cheap and plentifulBWand Linda HPlease enable JavaScript in your browser settings then try againFrom the moment of Samuel Kresss initial gift to the National Gallery in 1939, he endorsed the principle of exchanges to improve the quality of the collections on view in WashingtonAmong these were Hendrick GoltziusThe Fall of Man(1616; fig 2ffeafca65

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