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van RENSSELAER, Mrs. Schuyler [1851-1934] -- American writer & art critic

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née GRISWOLD, Marianna Alley
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van Rensselaer, Mariana Griswold

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Her work is important as the almost perfect expression of a cultural breadth, a cultivated tolerance, and an artistic sensitivity which, united, were characteristic of the finest flowering of nineteenth-century American life. BRC

She wrote a pamphlet in 1894 vigorously opposed to woman's suffrage!  -30-
 

Chronology

1888
First significant mongraph on a modern American architect
1910
Honorary Litt.D. from Columbia University
1923
Gold medal of the American Academy of Arts and Letters
1933
Elected a fellow of the New York State Historical Association

Selected Works

  • Art out of Doors (1893)
  • English Cathedrals (1892; fourth edition, 1892)
  • Henry Hobson Richardson and his Works (1888)
  • History of the City of New York in the Seventeenth Century (1909)
  • Niagara, a Description (1901)
  • One Man Who was Content (1896)
  • Poems (1910)
  • Should We Ask for the Suffrage? (1894)

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