Table of contents for American pantheon : sculptural and artistic decoration of the United States Capitol / edited by Donald R. Kennon and Thomas P. Somma.


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Contents
Preface	000
Pantheon on the Potomac: The Architectural Evolution of the Capitol Rotunda
William C. Allen	000
The Italian Influence on American Political Iconography: The United States Capitol as Lure and 
Disseminator
Pamela Potter-Hennessey	000
A New World Pantheon: Italian Sculptural Contributions in the Capitol Rotunda
Pamela Potter-Hennessey	000
Virtue and Virtual Reality in John Trumbull's "Pantheon"
Irma B. Jaffe	000
"Lost in America": David d'Angers's Bronze Statue of Thomas Jefferson, 1832/1833
Thomas P. Somma	000
The Problem with Public Art: Henry Kirke Brown's Thinking Negro (1855) from His Pedimental 
Design for the United States Capitol
Thomas P. Somma	000
Masking Slavery in and on the United States Capitol Rotunda
Vivien Green Fryd	000
Vinnie Ream's Lincoln (1871): The Sexual Politics of a Sculptor's Studio
Kirk Savage	000
Mythology, Allegory, and History: Brumidi's Frescoes for the New Dome
Barbara A. Wolanin	000
Constantino Brumidi as Decorator and History Painter: An Iconographic Analysis of Two Rooms 
in the United States Capitol
Francis V. O'Connor	000
Gender and Public Space: Women and Art in the United States Capitol, 1860/2001
Teresa B. Lachin	000
The United States Capitol Rotunda and the Decoration of the State Capitols, 1870/1930
Francis V. O'Connor	000
Contributors	000
Index	000




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: United States Capitol (Washington, D, C, )Public art Washington (D, C, )United States In art, Pantheon (Rome, Italy) Influence, Washington (D, C, ) Buildings, structures, etc