"American Artists in Rome," Boston Daily Evening Transcript, July 3, 1869

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Title

"American Artists in Rome," Boston Daily Evening Transcript, July 3, 1869

Subject

Brewster, Anne Hampton, 1818-1892
Artists--US American
Italy--Rome
Philadelphia Bulletin
Relationships--Networks
Gossip--Published
Intimacy--As Source
Artists--Sculptors--US American
Arts--Studio
Social Events--Studio Visits

Description

The reprint from the Philadelphia Bulletin gives insights into the expatriate community of American artists living and working in Rome. It relies on Brewster's own observations and hearsay.


Credit

Newspaper.com

Creator

Brewster, Anne Hampton, 1818-1892

Publisher

Henry W. Dutton & Son

Date

1869-07-03

Type

Reference

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Text

[...] Some of our American artists are remaining in Rome quite late this season, and are very busy finishing, packing and sending off their commissions. [...] I visited Rinehart's studio the other day, also, and found his "antigone" going into marble, and the sculptor himself at work modelling a "Clytie." This promises to be one of the most graceful and beautiful works of this gifted sculptor.. [...] Mr. Herriman, by the way, is said to have the finest private collection in Rome, and most of his pictures are by modern painters, American and French. [...]

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Location

Boston, MA, US

Geocode (Latitude)

42.3602534

Geocode (Longitude)

-71.0582912

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Citation

Brewster, Anne Hampton, 1818-1892, “"American Artists in Rome," Boston Daily Evening Transcript, July 3, 1869,” Archival Gossip Collection, accessed September 28, 2023, https://archivalgossip.com/collection/items/show/704.

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