Bibliography of the Visual Arts and Architecture, Part XX

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Bibliography of the Visual Arts and Architecture, Part XX


Bonner, Judith H., Southern Quarterly


GENERAL STUDIES

Art Students League. The Art Students League of New York, 2006-2007. New York: Art Students League of New York, 2006.

Blitz, John Howard. Moundville. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press, 2008.

Bonner, Judith H. "Blue Winds Dancing: The Whitecloud Collection of Native American Art." New Orleans Art Review 24. 1-2 (Fall- Winter 2007-2008): 22-25.

Bonner, Judith H. "Louisiana: Where Land Meets Water." Arts Quarterly 29 A (OctoberDecember 2007): 12-14.

Bonner, Judith H. "Louisiana: Where Land Meets Water." Louisiana Cultural Vistas 18.4 (Winter 2007-08): 40-53. Reprinted with permission of the Arts Quarterly.

Brown, Ian W, and Penelope B. Drooker. Bottle Creek: A Pensacela Culture Site in South Alabama. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press, 2003. Includes discussions of pottery vessel shapes, matting, and pliable fabrics.

Caldwell, Benjamin Hubbard, Robert Hicks, Mark Scala. Art of Tennessee. Nashville, TN: Distributed by the University of Tennessee Press for the Frist Center for the Visual Arts, 2003.

Introduction by Benjamin H. Caldwell Jr., Robert Hicks, and Mark W Scala. Includes: "Prehistoric Native American art in Tennessee," by Jefferson Chapman; "Young Tennessee and the spirit of America," by Wendell Garrett; "Tennessee Maps," by Ann Harwell Wells; "The material culture of nineteenth-century Tennessee," Jonathan Leo Fairbanks; "Antebellum furniture," by Robert Hicks; "Sugar chests," by Benjamin H. Caldwell Jr. and Robert Hicks; "William Winchester Jr., cabinetmaker," by C. Tracey Parks; "Richard "Dick" Poynor," by Rick Warwick; "Silver production and importation in Tennessee," by Benjamin H. Caldwell Jr.; "Pottery," by Stephen T. Rogers and Samuel D. Smith; "Nineteenth-century quiltmaking in Tennessee," by Bets Ramsey; "Textile art in Tennessee through the early twentieth century," by Candace J. Adelson; "Antebellum painting," by James A. Hoobler; "Ralph E. W. Earl," by Estill Curtis Pennington; "Tennesseans on the national stage," by James C. Kelly; "Decorative arts at the Hermitage," by Marsha Mullin; '"Holding the line': William Gilbert Gaul as a military artist," by Dan E. Pomeroy; "Painting in Tennessee, 1865-1920," by Jack Becker; "Twentieth-century figurative and narrative art," by Celia Walker; "Celebrating the human spirit: Nashville murals by Aaron Douglas, Ben Shahn, and Thomas Hart Benton," by Katie Delmez Welbom; "Structures of recollection: Tennessee photography as document and art," by John Wood; "Tennessee folk art," by Michael Hall; "William Edmondson, sculptor," by Leslie King-Hammond; "Modem art for modem times," by Susan W. Knowles; "Aaron Douglas's Building more stately mansions," by Amy Kirschke; "Contemporary craft," by Lynn Jones Ennis; "New directions: contemporary art in Tennessee," by Mark W. Scala.

Callahan, Ashley. The Savannah River Valley to 1865: Fine Arts, Architecture, and Decorative Arts: The First Henry D. Green Symposium of the Decorative Arts. Athens, GA: Georgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia, 2003.

Callahan, Ashley. Georgia Inside and Out: Architecture, Landscape, and Decorative Arts: Proceedings from the Second Henry D. Green Symposium of the Decorative Arts. Athens, GA: Georgia Museum of Art, Georgia Museum of Art, Henry D. Green Symposium of the Decorative Arts, 2005.

Field, Cynthia R., Isabelle Goumay. Paris on the Potomac: The French Influence of the Architecture and Art of Washington, D. C. Athens, OH: Published for the United States Capitol Historical Society by Ohio University Press, 2007.

Perspectives on the art and architectural history of the United States Capitol Series.

Gray, Jacquelyn Procter. Huntsville Sketchbook. Macon, GA: Indigo Custom Publishing, 2006.

Foreword by Homer Hickam. Features paintings of historic buildings by contemporary artists.

Harrisburg, Halley K. African- American Art: 20th Century Masterworks, VII: Educating Our Children: Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, New York, NY, January 13-March 4, 2000, the Appleton Museum of Art, Florida State University and Central Florida Community College, Ocala, FL, March 18-April 30, 2000. …

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