A Wise Extravagance: Founding of the Carnegie International Exhibitions, 1895-1901
By: Kenneth Neal (author)Paperback
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Tracing how the Carnegie International came to be, this text examines the philosophy of those who founded it, the first exhibitions - the art, the artists, and the public reception - and what the early International meant to the world of art and to the development of the Carnegie Museum.
Kenneth Neal has written extensively on the American collections of the Carnegie Museum of Art and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, and has contributed to numerous journals. He has taught courses at the University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University, and Carlow College.
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