A contrast is set up between the Regionalism of artists such as Wood and Thomas Hart Benton
, who painted the wheat-harvest states in a traditionally figurative style, and the modernism of urban artists, in its various forms: Precisionism, Park Avenue Cubism, Harlem Renaissance.
Thomas Hart Benton
, who painted prolifically during the first half of the 20th century and whose work, especially his murals, is instantly recognizable for its distinctly solid-yet-fluid style, has a lithograph in the show.
The last diary entry is dated July 3, 1896, while still on his western trip and working on a biography of Thomas Hart Benton
Author Henry Adams presents readers with a collection of his essays on the life, work, and impact of a towering figure in American art, Thomas Hart Benton
WALT WHITMAN heard America singing; Thomas Hart Benton
(1889-1975) heard the nation shouting, snapping its suspenders, slapping itself on the back, and dancing a buck-and-wing.
Paintings, drawings and sculptures by various artists will be featured as well, including art by Thomas Hart Benton
and Grant Wood.
Senator Thomas Hart Benton
of Missouri said that, after the war, leaders started focusing on the government becoming "wholly free" of debt.
Roman & Williams gave the narrow, high-ceilinged space a bold punch with an expansive mural of the sea in the style of early-20th-century painter Thomas Hart Benton
After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, artist and sometime New York City resident Thomas Hart Benton
painted a series of canvases he called Year of Peril, which originally went on exhibit in the city.
With a wide array of styles and answered the changes in the time, Thomas Hart Benton
has become a legend of artistry.
Thomas Hart Benton
was a painter who could appear on the cover of Time one year only to be drummed out of the New York art world the next.
A detour into the intellectual biography of Senator Thomas Hart Benton
, one of Whitney's chief opponents in Congress, gives us some insight into the longer history of Whitney's ideas.