Thomas Eakins retrospective exhibition, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York Sept. 22 to Nov. 21 1970 by Goodrich, Lloyd

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Statement(catalogue) by Lloyd Goodrich.
ContributionsEakins, Thomas, 1844-1916., Whitney museum of american art.
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In presenting this first book on Thomas Eakins, I wish to express my gratitude to the Whitney Museum of American Art, and to its Director, Juliana R.

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