2011-2016 Resource Library articles and essays with the topic "American Southern States: 19th-21st Century Paintings"
This section of the Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO) catalogue Topics in American Art is devoted to the topic "American Southern States: 19th-21st Century Paintings." Clicking on titles takes readers directly to the articles and essays. The date at the end of each title is the date of publication in Resource Library.
(above: William Woodward (1859-1939), Rue Chartres N.O, 1905, oil crayon drawing on cardboard. Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons)
Articles and essays from Resource Library in chronological order:
Doesn't it ever rain in Alabama?": The Prints of Mary Wallace Kirk, essay by Stephen Goldfarb (8/16/14)
Dark Corners: The Appalachian Murder Ballads: Paintings by Julyan Davis (2/27/14)
Wonder and Enlightenment: Artist-Naturalists in the Early American South; article by Philip R. Archer and Martha R. Severens (2/25/12)
Eugene Savage: The Seminole Paintings (11/7/11)
Preservation of Place: The Art of Edward Rice (9/1/11)
Preservation of Place: The Art of Edward Rice; essay by David Houston (9/1/11)
Preservation of Place: The Art of Edward Rice; essay by Martha R. Severens (9/1/11)
Philip Juras: The Southern Frontier Landscapes Inspired by Bartram's Travels (6/3/11)
A Soldiers View of Civil War Charleston (5/18/11)
A Soldier's View of Civil War Charleston, article by Pamela S. Wall (5/18/11)
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