South Dakota Art History
with an emphasis on representational art
Resource Library essays listed by author name in alphabetical order, followed by articles:
Resource Library does not contain articles or essays dedicated specifically to South Dakota art. As of February 7, 2012 Resource Library does contain 70 pages including the state's name.
Museums and other non-profit sources of Resource Library articles and essays:
Ritz Gallery at South Dakota State University
South Dakota Art Museum
Trout Gallery at Dikinson College
Washington Pavilion of Arts and Science Visual Arts Center
Other online information:
Artists from South Dakota; from Wikipedia
Culture of South Dakota; from Wikipedia
South Dakota State Capitol, from National Park Service
South Dakota State Capitol. from South Dakota Bureau of Administration
"Ten 'Must See' South Dakota Paintings," By John Andrews, from January/February 2009 issue of South Dakota Magazine
Books, listed by year of publication, with most recently published book listed first:
Illustrated History of the Arts in South Dakota, by Arthur R. Huseboe. 396 pages. Publisher: Center for Western Studies (November 1, 1989). ISBN-10: 0931170443. ISBN-13: 978-093117044
Art and artists in South Dakota (1701-1951), by Mike Sougstad. 1984
Rock Art of Western South Dakota, By James D. Keyser, Linea Sundstrom. Published by South Dakota Archaeological Society, 1984. 142 pages
The Art of South Dakota. Brookings: South Dakota Memorial Art Center, South Dakota State University, 1974. Essay by Joseph Stuart.
Index of South Dakota Artists, By Joseph Stuart, [Ed.]. Published by South Dakota State University. 1974.
My story of Art in the Black Hills, By Mar Gretta Cocking. Published by s.n, 1965
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