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info@tfaoi.org
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Tucson, AZ - May 24, 2022 - Traditional Fine Arts Organization tfaoi.org / TFAO) presents online publication of its 2022 edition of "California Art History," TFAO's most developed and acclaimed topic, earning Google's first page, first placement recognition via its search engine.

TFAO president, John Hazeltine, says "This year's lavishly illustrated edition of 'California Art History' is the culmination of twenty five years of research and publication by TFAO's Resource Library of 80+ essays, plus scores of its articles specific to the state's art history."

Hazeltine adds "In this year's 'California' edition, following Resource Library's articles and essays, are a listing of museums in California which have provided materials for this topic. Links to a plethora of online text and streaming video resources outside our website are listed after museums." He further adds "Following these resources is information about scores of offline resources including a sampler of paper-printed books, journals articles and DVDs. Our goal is to present comprehensive knowledge relating to this topic in American art."

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Traditional Fine Arts Organization tfaoi.org / TFAO), established in 2003, is an in-depth resource for students, scholars, teachers, writers and collectors seeking further understanding and appreciation of American representational art. It is a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering education in American art through advocacy, publication and research.

Resource Library, a collection of articles and essays honoring the American experience through its art, is an online publication of TFAO, offering multiple ways to locate its articles and essays:

- Topics in American Art is a TFAO catalogue containing thousands of Resource Library articles and essays, in depth links to other online texts, video and audio recordings, references to DVDs, paper-printed books, articles, and more. Over 200 topics in American representational art may be found here. 

- The Museums, Galleries and Art Centers index guides viewers to pages covering Resource Library sources listed by museum name. 

- Sources of Articles Indexed by State within the United States refers viewers to pages covering Resource Library sources listed by state plus the District of Columbia. 

- The Author Study and Index lists over 1,000 Resource Library articles and essays by author name. 

- The Chronological Index lists articles and essays published since 1997.

 

All TFAO services are provided free of charge.

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For further information please contact John Hazeltine, Traditional Fine Arts Organization, at info@tfaoi.org.

 

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TFAO.ORG privacy policy underscores care for the privacy of visitors

Tucson, AZ - October 19, 2018 - TFAO.ORG has updated its privacy policy emphasizing care for the privacy of visitors.

John Hazeltine, President and Director of Traditional Fine Arts Organization, says "Privacy of visitors is very important to us We don't use tracking cookies or web beacons for our website. A side benefit is blazingly fast loading of pages. Our site doesn't sell anything. There are no forms to fill out. Visitors don't need to provide personally-identifying information to us for access to any portion of the site. We don't accept paid advertising either. Advertisers want to know how their money is being spent and information on who is seeing their ads. Sometimes advertisers also influence selection and placement of content to accompany their ads."

TFAO's website contains thousands of links to other websites. TFAO's links to other organizations' websites do not mean endorsements or affiliations. Hazeltine cautions that "Visitors to a a third-party website should always read the privacy policy of a third-party website before providing any information to it."

Tfaoi.org, established in 2003, is an in-depth resource for students, scholars, teachers, writers and collectors seeking further understanding and appreciation of American representational art. The site is an online service of Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO), a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering education in American art through advocacy, publication and research. All TFAO services are provided free of charge.

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For further information please contact John Hazeltine, Traditional Fine Arts Organization, info@tfaoi.org

 

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Tfaoi.org Expands Coverage of American Art

Tucson, AZ - October 5, 2017 - Tfaoi.org is adding free online coverage of exhibits at hundreds of additional art museums. The expanded coverage will vastly deepen resource material for hundreds of American art topics. 

Online users will not only benefit from more in-depth material for art topics, they also have free access to thousands of essays and articles published in tfaoi.org's Resource Library.  Tfaoi.org also provides a comprehensive directory of historic artists, explanations on how art museums function, how collectors may lend artworks to museums, and much more.

Tfaoi.org, established in 2003, is an in-depth resource for students, scholars, teachers, writers and collectors seeking further understanding and appreciation of American representational art. The site is an online service of Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO), a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering education in American art through advocacy, publication and research. All TFAO services are provided free of charge.

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For further information please contact John Hazeltine, Traditional Fine Arts Organization, info@tfaoi.org

 

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New edition of  "Art History of Each State within the United States of America" available at tfaoi.org

Tucson, AZ - November 17, 2017 - Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO) has revised and published online at tfaoi.org an updated edition of Art History of Each State within the United States of America. The catalog makes available online -- without charge to the public -- extensive information encompassing American representational art history.

For each state, there are links to TFAO's Resource Library articles and essays followed by: a list of the state's art museums which have provided materials to Resource Library; links to online resources outside the TFAO site, and information about offline resources including DVDs, paper-printed books, journals and articles. TFAO also provides online information on over 200 other topics related to American art.

Tfaoi.org, established in 2003, is an in-depth resource for students, scholars, teachers, writers and collectors seeking further understanding and appreciation of American representational art. The site is an online service of Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO), a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering education in American art through advocacy, publication and research. All TFAO services are provided free of charge.

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For further information please contact John Hazeltine, Traditional Fine Arts Organization, info@tfaoi.org

 

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