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From New York to Corrymore; Robert Henri and Ireland.


From New York to Corrymore; Robert Henri and Ireland.

Stuhlman, Jonathan and Valerie Ann Leeds.

Mint Museum of Art


143 pages




This colorful catalog of the exhibit From New York to Corrymore running through August 2011 at the Mint Museum in Charlotte, North Carolina, showcases the work of the early twentieth century painter Robert Henri, focusing on his relationship with Ireland and the many paintings, especially portraits of children, that he produced during his visits there. The volume include two historical essays, Before Corrymore: Irish Images and Influences in New York by Jonathan Stuhlman and Rode to Corrymore: Robert Henri, His Art, and Ireland by Valerie Ann Leeds, as well as forty-three full color gloss plates. Distributed by University of Washington Press.

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Date:Aug 1, 2011
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