The Cadwalader Family: Art and Style in Early Philadelphia (Philadelphia Museum of Art Bulletin, Fall 1996, v. 91, n. 384-385)
Lindsey, Jack L. and Darrel Sewell
Price: 9.00 USD
Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1996. White & color illus. stapled wraps. 48 pp., 49 color plates. An issue of the Philadelphia Museum of Art Bulletin. Published in conjunction with a 1996-1997 exhibition that "reassembles the most substantial number of works of art owned by John and Elizabeth Cadwalader since 1770-71, when the young couple first filled their splendidly refurbished Second Street town house. The essays by Jack Lindsey and Darrel Sewell, derived from research in the Cadwalader family archival records ... and form more recent studies of the furniture, paintings, and other objects themselves, contribute to a growing fund of knowledge about the arts in eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century Philadelphia." (foreword) Includes many nice photographs of the pieces. VG.