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Face to Face: M.W. Hopkins and Noah North.

Hopkins, Milton William, 1789-1844; North, Noah, 1809-1880) Oak, Jaquelyn.

ISBN 10: 0962110779 / ISBN 13: 9780962110771
Published by Museum of Our National Heritage,, Lexington, Mass., 1988
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Exhibition catalogue. 124 p. 93 ill. (15 color). Exhaustively researched pioneering study and exhibition of the work of two upstate New York folk portraitists of the early nineteenth century, who painted in styles so similar that it is difficult to differentiate the work of the two painters, except where documentation is available. Includes biographical notes, where available on their subjects; foreword by Nina Fletcher Little; introduction by Barbara Franco; "The Genesee Country 1790-1860" by William H. Siles; "Patroon Painters to Republican Limners: Artisan Painting in America" by Mary Black; "Portrait Painters in Upstate New York 1815-1845" by David Tatham; title essay and monographic essays on the two painters by Jaquelyn Oak; and "The Mirror With a Memory: The Daguerreotype as a Portrait Medium" by Grant B. Romer. Bookseller Inventory # 026921

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Title: Face to Face: M.W. Hopkins and Noah North.

Publisher: Museum of Our National Heritage,, Lexington, Mass.

Publication Date: 1988

Binding: Original Wraps

Book Condition: Very Good

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