James A. Michener Art Museum / University of Pennsylvania Press
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VG/VG. Ochre cloth boards, color illustrated dust jacket. 340 pp., 198 color plates, many additional illustrations. American Impressionism was a movement deeply rooted in the American soil. Artists often spurned the cities, living and working in the numerous art colonies that sprang up throughout the country in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. One of the best known formed in 1898 on the banks of the Delaware River north of Philadelphia, centered in New Hope, Bucks County. Known as the Pennsylvania impressionists, this group of artists played a dominant role in the American art world of the 1910s and 1920s. --book jacket.
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