Annotated Bibliography on Prof. Edward J. Sullivan's English Works
An Annotated Bibliography of His Works in English
Kai Alexis Smith
HA-602 Theories and Methodologies in Art History
What is covered…
Focus and Style
Helen Gould Sheppard Professor of
History; Institute of Fine Arts.
Ph.D. 1979 (Fine Arts), M.A. 1975 (Fine
Arts), M.A. 1972 (Spanish and Portuguese),
B.A. 1971 (Fine Arts and Spanish and
Portuguese), New York University.
Fellowships and Grants:
Samuel H. Kress Foundation
American Philosophical Society
American Council of Learned Societies
Biography - External
Advisory committee, El Museo del Barrio
Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey (Mexico)
Honorary Committee, Fundacion Ludwig de Cuba
Contributing Editor, Art Nexus
Board, Mexican Cultural Institute of New York
Honorary Associate, Hispanic Society of America
Committee for Libraries and Archives, MoMA
Multicultural Advisory Committee,
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Focus and Style
The Term Latin American was invented in France
around 1860 and it has often been used to denote a
common cultural heritage.”
Addresses Latin American Art stereotype.
Works educates about Latin American and Caribbean
art and challenges stereotypes of countries and cultures
Style is not afflicted by the heavy handed academic
jargon of many significant art historical studies.
Writing style makes work accessible to all – art historian
Thoroughly research works with rich bibliographies.
Claudio Coello and Late
Baroque painting in Madrid.
Thesis (Ph. D.)--New York
University, Graduate School,
Baroque Painting in Madrid: the
Contribution of Claudio Coello
with a Catalogue Raisonné of His
Works. Columbia: University of
Missouri Press, 1986.
Julio Larraz. New York:
Hudson Hills Press, 1989.
“Introduction to the
Collection of European and
American Paintings in the
Taft Museum” and “The
Nineteenth and Twentieth
Paintings”. The Taft
Museum: Its History and
Collections. New York:
Hudson Hills Press, 1995.
Latin American Women
Artists = Artistas
1915-1995. Milwaukee, WI:
Milwaukee Art Museum,
American Art in the
London: Phaidon, 1996.
Contemporary Art of the
London: Academic &
Brazil: Body & Soul. New
York, N.Y.: Guggenheim
The Language of Objects in
the Art of the Americas.
New Haven: Yale
University Press, 2007.
Caribbean: Art at the
Crossroads of the World.
Edited by Cullen,
Deborah. New Haven,
Conn: Yale University
Botero Sculpture. New York: Abbeville Press, 1986.
Fernando Botero: Drawings and Watercolors. New
York, NY: Rizzoli, 1993.
Fernando Botero: Monograph & Catalogue Raisonné :
Paintings 1975-1990. Lausanne: Acatos, 2000.
The Baroque World of Fernando Botero. Alexandria,
VA: Art Services International, 2006.
Ebony G. Patterson (Untitled Species I), 2010–2011,
Collection of David Beitzel, New York.
Leo Matiz, Pavo real del mar (Peacock of the Sea), 1939,
Ciénaga Grande, Colombia, digital reproduction; Courtesy
Foundation Leo Matiz, Alejandra Matiz.
Enrique Grau Araujo’s (Mulata Cartagenera), 1940,
Museo Nacional de Colombia, Columbia.
Unknown ( Edward J. Sullivan PhD staff photos),
unknown, New York University, New York City.
Leo Matiz, Pavo real del mar (Peacock of the Sea), 1939, Ciénaga Grande, Colombia, digital
reproduction; Courtesy Foundation Leo Matiz, Alejandra Matiz.
Prof. Edward J. Sullivan
of His Works in English
An Annotated Bibliography
Kai Alexis Smith