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A BECKONING COUNTRY: ART AND OBJECTS FROM THE LAKE CHAMPLAIN VALLEY
Aimee Marcereau DeGalan and Margaret Tamulonis, ed.2009, 20pp., color, softcover. The Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington $5.00

In conjunction with the quadricentennial celebration of Lake Champlain, this catalogue documents the lake's landscape that has beckoned people to its shores and mountains over the centuries. Organized within a geologic and natural history framework, art and artifacts are presented in sections focusing on earth, water, flora and fauna offering a map of the cultural and artistic patronage of the Champlain Valley.

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ARCHITECTURAL IMPROVISATION: A HISTORY OF VERMONT'S DESIGN/BUILD MOVEMENT 1964-1977
Janie Cohen, ed. 2008, 84pp., 37 color plates, softcover. University of Vermont Press and Robert Hull Fleming Museum, UVM, Burlington $20.00

This catalog accompanied a landmark exhibition organized by the Fleming Museum to document a radical, Vermont-based architectural movement characterized by organic forms, improvisational processes, hands-on methods, and natural materials. Predating the back-to-the-land movement but motivated by similar values and principles, the Design/Build movement focused on a new mediatory role for architecture both in creating community and in the then-newly charged relationship between humans and the environment.

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MATERIAL PURSUITS
Evelyn C. Hankins. 2007, 34pp., color, softcover. The Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington $16.95

This catalogue documents an exhibition organized by the Fleming Museum in 2007 that includes fourteen contemporary artists that created cutting-edge art using materials and techniques commonly associated with craft; pipe cleaners, paper, sculpey, wire, thread spools crocheted rope, quilted nylon, embroidered cotton, chenille bedspreads, and fabric flowers . The large-scale works have spectacularly defied their mundane materials

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NEW TURF
Evelyn C. Hankins. 2005, 50pp., 15 color plates, softcover. The Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington $17.95

This catalog documents an exhibition organized by the Fleming Museum in 2005 that looked at the treatment of landscape as subject in contemporary artistic practice, bringing together a group of outstanding artists working against a broad range of sensibilities, materials, and conceptual perspectives. An essay by Fleming Museum curator Evelyn Hankins places their work in historical context, examining roots of abstracted landscape in twentieth-century American art.

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ANDY WARHOL: WORK AND PLAY
Janie Cohen, ed. 2003, 19pp., Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington. $15.95

This catalogue was published by the Robert Hull Fleming Museum on the occasion of the 2003 exhibition, Andy Warhol: Work and Play. The exhibition brought together a diverse body of work that reflects the great variety in Warhol's artistic production during the course of his life. Through her thoughtful essay, art historian Reva Wolf examines another form of Warhol's art: his interview style and strategies. Two rarely reproduced interviews with Warhol are included, as well as a selection of works from the exhibition and checklist that documents Andy Warhol: Work and Play.

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CHARLES LOUIS HEYDE: 19TH CENTURY VERMONT LANDSCAPE PAINTER
E. Thomas Pierce and Nancy Price Graff, ed. 2001, 100 pp., color. Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington. softcover: $ 28.95; hardcover: $ 44.95

This publication catalogues the work of 19th-century Vermont painter Charles Louis Heyde. Published in conjunction with a 2001 exhibition at the Fleming Museum, the volume includes 28 full-color images of Heyde's paintings. Also featured are essays by UVM art professor William C. Lipke and Heyde biographer Barbara Hamblett.

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ETCHED ON THE MEMORY: THE PRESENCE OF REMBRANDT IN THE PRINTS OF GOYA AND PICASSO
Isadora Rose-De Viejo and Janie Cohen, 2000, 144 pages, hardcover, The Rembrandt House Museum, Amsterdam and Ashgate Publishing, Williston, Vermont. hardcover: $ 74.95

Both Goya and Picasso were endowed with extremely inquisitive, all-seeing and all-absorbing gazes; their power to retain and recall visual impressions was extraordinarily acute. Each one spent many hours scrutinizing the etchings of Rembrandt, and in their distinctive ways, absorbed formal and technical lessons from the admired 17th-century master, which then emerged in their own works. This catalog accompanied an exhibition at the Rembrandt House Museum in Amsterdam in 2000. It includes essays by Isadora Rose-de-Viejo and Fleming Museum Director, Janie Cohen.

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THE MATING HABITS OF LINES: SKETCHBOOKS AND NOTEBOOKS OF REE MORTON
Janie Cohen and Barbara Zucker, eds. 2000. 127 pp., color, softcover. Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington $22.95

Ree Morton was a pioneer installation artist working in New York City in the early 1970s. Throughout her career, Morton kept visual and written journals that beautifully elucidate her artistic process, as well as her thoughts on art and her role as an artist. This catalogue, published in conjunction with a traveling exhibition organized by Cohen and Zucker at the Fleming Museum in the fall of 1999, offers a window into Ree Morton's creative process and provides insight into the New York art world of the 1970s. The catalogue received a 2001 Association of American Museums Publications Design Award.

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DEEP BLUES: BILL TRAYLOR 1854-1949
Josef Helfenstein and Roman Kurzmeyer, eds. 1999, 192 pp., color, softcover. Yale University Press, New Haven. $24.95

Bill Traylor is considered one of America's greatest self-taught artists, often referred to as an "outsider" or "folk" artist. Born into slavery on an Alabama plantation, Traylor worked for most of his life as a sharecropper and laborer. At the age of 85, he began painting and drawing from his experiences and his observations of street life in downtown Montgomery. This publication features 63 outstanding examples of Bill Traylor's work, and photographs of the artist and his neighborhood. The Fleming Museum was the only U.S. venue for this exhibition organized in Basil, Switzerland from New York collections.

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PICASSO: INSIDE THE IMAGE
Janie Cohen, ed. 1995. 136 pp., color, softcover. Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington. $19.95

Published in conjunction with a 1995 exhibition organized by the Fleming Museum from the collection of the Ludwig Museum in Cologne, this catalogue highlights Picasso's innovative approach to printmaking and examines some of the central themes of his work, including the Minotaur, the artist and his model, and the Old Masters. Etchings, lithographs, linocuts, engravings and aquatints from all periods of Picasso's career are reproduced. An interview with Picasso's printer Aldo Crommelynck and essays by Janie Cohen and Karen Kleinfelder are included.

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FACES IN THE PARLOR: 18TH AND 19TH CENTURY PORTRAITS FROM VERMONT COLLECTIONS
Elizabeth Dole Durfee. 1989, 40pp., softcover. Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington. $19.95

Portraiture was the most popular art form in America from the colonial era until the mid-nineteenth century. This publication includes many images that reflect the diversity of styles used by artists of this time. The featured paintings were discovered in Vermont homes as the result of an Inventory of American Paintings conducted by the Smithsonian Institution. The portraits are accompanied by biographical information on both the painters and the sitters, many of whom were well-known Vermonters.

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NEW ENGLAND NOW: CONTEMPORARY ART FROM SIX STATES
The Fleming Museum, et al. 1989, 55 pp., softcover. Penmor Lithogaphers. Bath, ME. $12.95

Featuring the work of twenty-five artists, this publication presents some of the most significant and challenging contemporary art by New England artists working in the 1980s. This catalogue, the first of its kind, was produced in conjunction with a collaborative exhibition by six museums, one from each of the six New England States.

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THE HUNGARIAN AVANT-GARDE, 1914-1993
John Kish. 1987, 124 pp., 11 color plates, softcover. The William Benton Museum of Art, University of Connecticut, Storrs. $12.95

This exhibition catalogue chronicles the art, ideas, and history of a group of Hungarian artists who sought a connection between art and politics, and believed that art was a way of life with social consequences. The featured artists worked in a variety of genres and attempted to realize political change through artistic expression. This publication includes several essays that address the artistic and historical significance of this movement.

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VESTIGES OF A PROUD NATION
Raymond J. DeMallie and Royal B. HassricK. 1986, 176 pp., hardcover. Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington. $100.00

This catalogue documents the Ogden B. Read collection of nineteenth century Northern Plains Indian collection, the oldest collection in the Fleming Museum's holdings. The collection is significant as a historical document of Sioux Indian art and culture. Ogden B. Read collected artifacts of traditional workmanship fashioned by Native Americans who still pursued the way of life of their ancestors. The traditional lifestyle was soon to disappear through a policy forced settlement which Read, a US military officer, was entrusted with carrying out. This collection is remarkable not only for the variety of its contents, but also for its extraordinary work of Native American people.

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ANIMAL STYLE ON GREEK AND ETRUSCAN VASES
Glenn E. Markoe and Nancy J. Serwint. 1985, 48 pp., softcover. Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington. $12.95

The Animal-style ceramic traditions existed in Greece, Italy, and the Aegean during the late-eighth through sixth centuries B.C.E. The pieces selected for this exhibition included a representative sampling of the diverse styles and wares from this fascinating and formative period in Greek art history. This catalogue features images of the vases along with a written description of the pieces and their historical significance.

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THE WATERCOLORS OF DAVID MILNE
Gwendolyn Owens. 1984, 56 pp., softcover. Eastern Press, New Haven. $12.95

This publication accompanied a traveling exhibition that celebrated the creative genius and ingenuity of one of Canada's foremost twentieth-century painters. The forty watercolors selected for this exhibition span some forty years of the artist's productive career and are presented along with the author's interpretations of the works.

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IMAGES OF EXPERIENCE: UNTUTORED OLDER ARTISTS
Ellen Schwartz, Amy Snider, and Don Sunseri. 1981, 48 pp., softcover. Pratt Institute, New York. $12.95

This catalogue documents a 1981 exhibition of extraordinary paintings and constructions by untutored artists from New York and Vermont, who began making art in their retired years. The paintings are richly worked with elements of memory, dream, and the everyday. The work provides a glimpse of a variety of inner landscapes, intensely wrought and wonderfully focused. This catalogue includes biographical information about each artist.

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EDUCATIONAL TOYS IN AMERICA: 1800 TO THE PRESENT
Karen Hewitt and Louise Roomet. 1979, 141 pp., softcover. Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington. $22.95

This catalogue from a 1979 Fleming Museum exhibition explores the development of toys as educational and instructional devices, as well as the design movements and cultural contexts that they reflect.

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L.L. MCALLISTER: PHOTO-ARTISTS
Kim Borsavage. 1979, 19 pp., Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington . $12.95

Louis L. McAllister's photographs of Vermont from the 1920s through the 1950s have been regarded as both art and historical documents. This catalogue features examples of McAllister's photographs and panoramic images, and includes an essay by a University of Vermont student photographer, Kim Borsavage.

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VERMONT LANDSCAPE IMAGES, 1776-1976
William C. Lipke and Phillip N. Grime, eds. 1976. 119 pp., color, softcover. Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington. $12.95

In the Spring of 1976, The Fleming Museum celebrated the country's bicentennial with a presentation of five exhibitions of Vermont landscape images. This publication catalogues that event with an assembly of maps, stereo views, photographs, postcards, drawings, prints, and paintings representing changes in the way the Vermont landscape has been represented.

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VERMONT PHOTOGRAPHY '75
Nathan Lyons. 1975, 10 prints. Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington. $12.95

This portfolio includes selections from an exhibition of work by of Vermont photographers, both historical and contemporary. The ten selected works provide a unique interpretation of Vermont's sense of place.

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GEORGE LORING BROWN: LANDSCAPES OF EUROPE AND AMERICA 1834-1880
The Fleming Museum. 1973, 57 pp., softcover. Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington. $12.95

George Loring Brown was a painter caught between the cultural forces of Classical Europe and those of the American frontier. This catalogue presents a selective but representative cross section of both his Italian and American landscapes, as well as a survey of the numerous stylistic approaches he practiced during his long career.

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ANONIMA GROUP RETROSPECTIVE, 1969-1971
Richard Janson & William Lipke. 1971, 24 pp., softcover. Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington. $12.95

This catalogue accompanied an exhibition organized by the Fleming Museum in the fall of 1971. The Anonima Group was a collaboration among artists Ernst Beckett, Edwin Mieczkowski, and Francis Hewitt, who collectively sought to explore the psychological influences of shape and color and measure perceptual responses to formal cues. This catalogue includes images and writings from the group, explicating their work and their theories of visual perception.

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JAMES FRANKLIN GILMAN, 1850-1929: VERMONT AS IT ONCE WAS
Richard Janson. 1970, 15 pp., softcover. Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington. $12.95

James Franklin Gilman is a little-known artist who first worked around Billerica, Massachusetts, and later in the Barre-Montpelier area of Vermont. His paintings feature the Vermont landscape as inhabited during the 1870s and 1880s, recording not only the houses, barns, and other structures, but also the variety of activities they served. This catalogue includes images of Gilman's paintings along with narrative information on the artist and his works.

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