Bibliography of the Visual Arts and Architecture in the South, Part XXI

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Bibliography of the Visual Arts and Architecture in the South, Part XXI


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Bonner, Judith H. "Louisiana: Where Land Meets Water." Louisiana Cultural Vistas 1 8.4 (Winter 2007-08): 40-53. Reprinted with permission of the Arts Quarterly.

Bonner, Judith H. "Louisiana: Where Land Meets Water." USA Today Magazine 136 (November 2007): 34-41.

Edited and reprinted with permission of the Arts Quarterly.

Bonner, Judith H. "New Orleans: A Sense of Place." Arts Quarterly 30.2 (April-June 2008): 10-13.

Bonner, Judith H. "New Orleans: A Sense of Place." The Historic New Orleans Collection Quarterly 25.2 (Spring 2008): 8-9.

Bonner, Judith H. "Notes of a Curator on Two Exhibitions: Louisiana Women Artists, 1825-1965: A Place of Their Own, ana Josephine Crawford (1878-1952): An Artist s Vision. " New Orleans Art Review 27.5 (May/June/July 2009): 1 7-2 1 .

The exhibitions were held concurrently at the New Orleans Museum of Art and The Historic New Orleans Collection.

Bonner, Judith H. "Women Artists in Louisiana, 1 825- 1 925 : A Place of Their Own." Arts Quarterly 3 1 .2 (April-June 2009): 10-12.

Bonner, Judith H. "Women Artists in Louisiana, 1 825- 1 925 : A Place of Their Own." The Historic New Orleans Quarterly 26.2 (Spring 2009): 8.

Boudreaux, Edmond A. The Archaeology of Town Creek. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press, 2007.

Focuses on Mississippi public architecture and the Town Creek community, giving an architectural analysis, the occupational history of Town Creek, and a vessel analysis.

Busch, Jason T "Art and Life Along the Mississippi River." Antiques and Fine Art 5.2 (Early Summer): 152-159.

Carter, Hodding, William Ransom Hogan, John W. Lawrence, and Betty Werlein Carter, and Tulane University. The Past as Prelude: New Orleans, 1 718-1968. Gretna, LA: Pelican Publishing Company, 2008.

Clayton, Virginia Turtle, et al. Drawing on America 's Past: Folk Art, Modernism, and the Index of American Design. Washington D.C., National Gallery of Art, 2002.

Collins, N. Perryman. Alamo Pottery: The Complete Collector 's Guide: The History of Alamo Pottery and Its Offspring, Gilmer Pottery. Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse, 2005.

Field, Cynthia R., Isabelle Gournay, Thomas P Somma, United States Capitol Historical Society. Paris on the Potomac: The French Influence on the Architecture and Art of Washington, D.C. Athens, OH: Ohio University Press, 2008.

Published for the series "Perspectives on the art and architectural history of the United States Capitol," the essays originated in a 2002 conference held by the United States Capitol Historical Society. Includes "The French connection in Washington, D.C: context and issues," by Isabelle Gournay; "Remembering Paris: the Jefferson-Latrobe collaboration at the Capitol," by William C. Allen; "The son by the side of the father": David d'Angers's busts of Washington and Lafayette in the rotunda of the U.S. Capitol," by Thomas P. Somma; "Private homes, public lives: francophilia among government officers and the Washington elite," by Liana Paredes; "Interpreting the influence of Paris on the planning of Washington, D.C, 1870-1930," by Cynthia R. Field; and "The French connection in Washington, D.C," by Isabelle Gournay.

Freed, William, and Lillian Orlowsky. Artworkfrom the Collection of William Freed and Lillian Orlowsky. Boston, MA: Acme Fine Art and Design, 2005.

Artists included are Fritz Bultman, Robert DeNiro, William Freed, James Gahagan, Alice Hodges, Hans Hofmann, George McNeil, and Lillian Orlowsky.

Greiff, Constance M. Lost America. Vol. I, From the Atlantic to the Mississippi. Mineóla, NY: Dover Publications, 2009.

An unabridged re-publication of the work originally published in 1 97 1 by The Pyne Press, Princeton, NJ, with a new preface.

Greiff, Constance M. Lost America. Vol. II, From the Mississippi to the Pacific. Mineóla, NY: Dover Publications, 2009.

An unabridged re-publication of the work originally published in 1 972 by The Pyne Press, Princeton, NJ, with a new preface. …

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