Thomas Eakins and The Chess Players

@article{Clapper2010ThomasEA,
  title={Thomas Eakins and The Chess Players},
  author={Michael Clapper},
  journal={American Art},
  year={2010},
  volume={24},
  pages={78 - 99}
}
Thomas Eakins's The Chess Players Replayed
In the past few decades students of Thomas Eakins’s paintings have produced at least two books offering reassessments: Thomas Eakins Rediscovered and Eakins Revealed.1 Both offer new perceptions,
Thomas Eakins's The Chess Players Replayed
In the past few decades students of Thomas Eakins’s paintings have produced at least two books offering reassessments: Thomas Eakins Rediscovered and Eakins Revealed.1 Both offer new perceptions,

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Thomas Eakins Rediscovered: Charles Bregler's Thomas Eakins Collection at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
During the 1940s, a treasury of studio material - including oil sketches, sculptures, drawings, and manuscripts - was discovered in the empty house of Thomas Eakins. This book is both a catalogue of
Thomas Eakins and His Parisian Masters Gérôme and Bonnat
    The best secondary source on Morphy is David Lawson, Paul Morphy: The Pride and Sorrow of Chess
    • On the Centennial Chess Congress, see W. Henry Sayen
    An Extraordinary Picture Collection
    • Foster and Leibold, Writing about Eakins
    Act of Portrayal
    • Art Bulletin
    Spring Exhibition at the Philadelphia Academy
    • Art Journal
    Goodrich Papers, Philadelphia Museum of Art, box 94
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