Adrienne Baxter Bell
Adrienne Baxter Bell, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Art History at Marymount Manhattan College. She is the author of George Inness and the Visionary Landscape (Braziller, 2003) and the editor of George Inness: Writings and Reflections on Art and Philosophy (Braziller, 2006). Her recent scholarship includes a new introduction to Meyer Schapiro’s Modern Art (Braziller, 2011) as well as essays in Nancy Siegel’s The Cultured Canvas: New Perspectives on American Landscape Painting (University of New Hampshire Press, 2012) and Cheryl May’s A Seamless Web: Transatlantic Art in the Nineteenth Century (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013). Her forthcoming publications include Echoes of the East, Echoes of the Past: Charles Caryl Coleman's Azaleas and Apple Blossoms at the de Young Museum, San Francisco, in Locating American Art: Finding Art's Meaning in Museums, Colonial Period to the Present (London: Ashgate, 2016).