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Julian Onderdonk in New York : The Lost Years, the Lost Paintings

By: Baker, James Graham.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: College Station : Texas State Historical Assn Press, 2014Description: 1 online resource (213 p.).ISBN: 9781625110244.Subject(s): Impressionist artists -- Texas -- Biography | New York (N.Y.) -- In art | Onderdonk, Julian, 1882-1922 -- Anonyms and pseudonyms | Onderdonk, Julian, 1882-1922 -- Homes and haunts -- New York (State) -- New York | Onderdonk, Julian, 1882-1922Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Julian Onderdonk in New York : The Lost Years, the Lost PaintingsDDC classification: 759.13 LOC classification: ND237.O55 B35 2014Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
CONTENTS; Acknowledgements; Foreword; Preface; Chapter 1: Roots; Chapter 2: 1901: Early Days in New York City; Chapter 3: 1902: Love and Marriage; Chapter 4: February 1903 to May 1904: Married Life, Fatherhood,and Struggling to Pay the Bills; Chapter 5: May to December 1904: Arrochar Park, Staten Island, New York; Chapter 6: January to November 1905: Arrochar Park; Chapter 7: November 1905 to January 1907: The Dongan Hills, Staten Island, New York; Chapter 8: 1907: A Quiet Year in the Dongan Hills; Chapter 9: The Roots of Julian's Art
Chapter 10: The Charles Turners and the Missing Works of Julian OnderdonkChapter 11: Julian Onderdonk's Pseudonymous Works; Chapter 12: Clues to the Lost Paintings of Julian Onderdonk; Chapter 13: 1908; Chapter 14: 1909 and 1910: Free to Roam; Chapter 15: The Other Lost New York Paintings of Julian Onderdonk; Chapter 16: Conclusion; Appendix A: Julian Onderdonk's Account of His Arrangement with Charles E. Tunison; Appendix B: The Signatures of Julian Onderdonk and His Pseudonyms; Appendix C: Signature Analysis by Linda James, Forensic Examiner
Appendix D: Letter from Julian Onderdonk to his wife, Gertrude, 1910Appendix E: Julian Onderdonk's Pseudonymous Paintings; Notes; General Index; Index of Artwork
Summary: Famed for his bluebonnet landscapes, San Antonio native Julian Onderdonk may be the most well-known artist Texas has ever produced. Onderdonk spent several years outside the state, though, seeking to make a name for himself in New York City. He spent much of his time in New York as the very definition of a starving artist.In Julian Onderdonk: The Lost Years, the Lost Paintings, James Graham Baker explores the artist's New York years, so often neglected by previous scholars. Through painstaking research, Baker reveals that Onderdonk painted hundreds of images under pseudonyms during his time in New York. These images not only reveal the means by which the artist struggled to make ends meet, but add another dimension to our understanding of the artist's oeuvre. It is not possible to appreciate and understand Julian Onderdonk and his art without including these works. Largely composed of landscapes and marine scenes depicting the vanishing rural areas and shorelines around New York City, they show that Onderdonk was more than simply a "bluebonnet painter."
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CONTENTS; Acknowledgements; Foreword; Preface; Chapter 1: Roots; Chapter 2: 1901: Early Days in New York City; Chapter 3: 1902: Love and Marriage; Chapter 4: February 1903 to May 1904: Married Life, Fatherhood,and Struggling to Pay the Bills; Chapter 5: May to December 1904: Arrochar Park, Staten Island, New York; Chapter 6: January to November 1905: Arrochar Park; Chapter 7: November 1905 to January 1907: The Dongan Hills, Staten Island, New York; Chapter 8: 1907: A Quiet Year in the Dongan Hills; Chapter 9: The Roots of Julian's Art

Chapter 10: The Charles Turners and the Missing Works of Julian OnderdonkChapter 11: Julian Onderdonk's Pseudonymous Works; Chapter 12: Clues to the Lost Paintings of Julian Onderdonk; Chapter 13: 1908; Chapter 14: 1909 and 1910: Free to Roam; Chapter 15: The Other Lost New York Paintings of Julian Onderdonk; Chapter 16: Conclusion; Appendix A: Julian Onderdonk's Account of His Arrangement with Charles E. Tunison; Appendix B: The Signatures of Julian Onderdonk and His Pseudonyms; Appendix C: Signature Analysis by Linda James, Forensic Examiner

Appendix D: Letter from Julian Onderdonk to his wife, Gertrude, 1910Appendix E: Julian Onderdonk's Pseudonymous Paintings; Notes; General Index; Index of Artwork

Famed for his bluebonnet landscapes, San Antonio native Julian Onderdonk may be the most well-known artist Texas has ever produced. Onderdonk spent several years outside the state, though, seeking to make a name for himself in New York City. He spent much of his time in New York as the very definition of a starving artist.In Julian Onderdonk: The Lost Years, the Lost Paintings, James Graham Baker explores the artist's New York years, so often neglected by previous scholars. Through painstaking research, Baker reveals that Onderdonk painted hundreds of images under pseudonyms during his time in New York. These images not only reveal the means by which the artist struggled to make ends meet, but add another dimension to our understanding of the artist's oeuvre. It is not possible to appreciate and understand Julian Onderdonk and his art without including these works. Largely composed of landscapes and marine scenes depicting the vanishing rural areas and shorelines around New York City, they show that Onderdonk was more than simply a "bluebonnet painter."

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