Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin 1993

An annual compilation of themed essays, exhibition highlights, and Gallery news, the Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin publishes original scholarship on works in the Gallery’s collection. Written by Gallery curators and outside scholars, contributions vary in length from extended studies to brief notes. The 1993 Bulletin discusses the dating of a 17th-century Chinese print as well as modern developments in Chinese seal carving. A Yale graduate student presents a detailed analysis of the heroic male in the work of John Trumbull, while a Sebastien Bourdon painting in the collection is compared to the rest of the artist’s oeuvre. A short essay on Philadelphia silver details tea- and coffeepots made for the prominent Powel family in the late 1770s.

160 pages / 7 1/2 x 10 inches / 46 color and 117 black-and-white illustrations / 1993
  • Paperback ISSN 0084-3539
    Out of Print

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