Georgia B. Barnhill, Diana Korzenik, and Caroline F. Sloat, eds. The Cultivation of Artists in Nineteenth-Century America.
Worcester, Massachusetts, 1997. Cloth.
These essays, contributions to a conference held at the American Antiquarian Society in 1993, examine the training and development of American 19th century artists and the complex interactions between the worlds of fine and commercial art and the rapid technological advances of the time.