The life, work, and significance of George Loring Brown : American landscape painter / by Thomas Whittlesey Leavitt,
Leavitt, Thomas W., 1930-
Brown, George Loring
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226 p. : ill. (on partial microfilm reel)
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Leavitt: Museum director and art historian. Born January 8, 1930. Director of the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. The subject of his dissertation, George Loring Brown (1814-1889), was a painter, engraver and etcher, Massachusetts, who studied and travelled in Europe, primarily Italy.
Donated 1964, provenance unknown.
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