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William Rush, American sculptor.
|Other titles||William Rush, American sculptor.|
|Contributions||Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.|
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|Pagination||211 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||211|
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William Rush () was the most significant American sculptor to emerge from the folk-art and figurehead carving tradition of the early years of the republic. William Rush was born in Philadelphia. His father was a ship carpenter, and as a boy William occupied himself by carving ship models. William Rush: American Sculptor Illustrated Decorative Book Illustrated by Catalog of an exhibition. Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, pages. Wraps. Paperback; Refresh your coffee table with William Rush: American Sculptor. Illustrated by Catalog of an exhibition.
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William Rush, American sculptor Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Snippet view - William Rush: American Sculptor by William Rush A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact.
The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Softcover.
Color illustrated wraps. profusely illust. in bw. with over plates. VG/, some rubbing, fading, and light creasing to cover, copy may have slight foxing to upper block edges.
Item # Catalogue lists over works by Rush and a few others, as well as some pieces wrongly attributed to William Rush.
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Wolanin. William Rush, (born July 4,Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [U.S.]—died JanuPhiladelphia), sculptor and wood-carver who is considered the first significant American sculptor.
Rush trained with his father, a ship carpenter, to make ornamental ship carvings and figureheads. During the American Revolution he served as an officer in Philadelphia ’s militia and campaigned with George.
William Rush (July 4, – Janu ) was a U.S. neoclassical sculptor from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is considered the first major American sculptor. Rush was born in Philadelphia, the fourth child of Joseph Rush, a ship's carpenter, and first wife, Rebecca Lincoln.
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85+ pp. 27 bw plates at end. The first attempt of a catalogue raisonne of artwork rendered by American neo-classical sculptor William Rush. With an essay by Henry Marceau. The annotated catalogue addresses 86 pieces, and about one quarter are pictured here. InWayne Craven published the bust as attributed to William Rush in his book Years of American Sculpture.
This has subsequently been refuted by Linda Bantel in her monograph on Rush. Arbour noted that this bust appears closely related to Giuseppe Ceracchi’s () revision of Jean Jacques Caffieri ( ).(6).
William Rush and His Model is the collective name given to several paintings by Thomas Eakins, one set from –77 and the other from These works depict the American wood sculptor William Rush incarving his statue Water Nymph and Bittern for a fountain at Philadelphia's first water nymph is an allegorical figure representing the Schuylkill River, which provided.William Rush William Rush () was the most significant American sculptor to emerge from the folk-art and figurehead carving tradition of the early years of the republic.
William Rush was born in Philadelphia. His father was a ship carpenter, and as a boy .Mather Brown: Early American Artist in England by Dorinda Evans; William Rush, American Sculptor (pp.
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