Academic journal article Southern Quarterly

Biblography of the Visual Arts and Architecture, Part XV

Academic journal article Southern Quarterly

Biblography of the Visual Arts and Architecture, Part XV

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THIS ANNUAL BIBLIOGRAPHY focuses on artists, artisans, and architects born in the South before 1941 or working in the South before 1961. "The South" is defined here as Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia, as well as Washington, DC. The listing includes sections on: General Studies; Architecture and Landscape Architecture; Decorative Arts; Drawings, Pastels, and Watercolor Painting; Folk Art; Painting; Photography and Film; Pottery; Printmaking; and Sculpture. The artist listing includes: Architects and Landscape Architects, Artisans, Graphic Artists, Painters, Photographers, Potters and Glassmakers, Printmakers, and Sculptors.

Continuing from the bibliography published in the Fall 2001 issue of The Southern Quarterly, this installment specifically addresses publications dated 2001 and 2002. Also included are sources not previously cited in Bibliography Parts I through XIV, found in the 1989-2001 Fall issues of The Southern Quarterly. The reader is reminded that Jessie Poesch's Art of the Old South and the Virginia Museum's Painting in the South both contain extensive bibliographies that served as a starting point for these annual bibliographies. Periodicals checked include: Alabama Heritage, Antiques, Archives of American Art Journal, Gulf South Historical Review, New Orleans Arts Quarterly, North Carolina Historical Review, South Carolina Historical Review, Southern Quarterly, Virginia Cavalcade, and Winterthur Portfolio, as well as the Society for the Study of Southern Literature Newsletter. Information has been verified through Library of Congress. Because of the breadth of subjects covered in the Journal of Early Southern Decorative Arts, the journals and the indices should be considered a resource in their own right.

A particular word of thanks goes to Lola Norris for her assistance in checking periodicals. Thanks especially to authors and publishers who sent catalogs, periodicals, offprints, and references for their own or for other published works. Offprints, catalogs, and references may be sent to the Southern Quarterly or to Judith H. Bonner, Senior Curator, The Historic New Orleans Collection, 533 Royal Street, New Orleans LA 70130.

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