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Thomas Eakins /

In his lifetime, Eakins's artistic reputation suffered from his uncompromising attitude toward convention in art, teaching and society. Now he is acknowledged as one of the greatest of all American painters. Thomas Eakins assesses the full breadth of his genius in its American and European context. The turmoil of his career and his extraordinary authority as a painter are explored through his vivid and often haunting portraits of his family and contemporaries.

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  • "Thomas Eakins : [published ... by the National Portrait Gallery, London, on the occasion of the exhibition at the gallery from 8 October 1993 to 23 January 1994]"
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