American Religious Art

2000 Resource Library articles and essays


(above:  John Gadsby Chapman, Service of Mass on the Campagna,1878, oil on panel, High Museum of Art. Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons*)


(above: John Gadsby Chapman, Woman and Donkey by a Roadside Shrine, 1870, oil on cardboard (artist board), 10 x 14 inches, Birmingham Museum of Art, museum purchase by the Friends of American Art with funds donated by Mr. and Mrs. Ehney A. Camp, III; Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Goings, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. William C. Hulsey; and Mr. and Mrs. Lathrop W. Smith, Jr., 2008.17, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons*)


This section of the Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO) catalogue Topics in American Art is devoted to the topic "Religious American Art." 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.


Resource Library articles and essays honoring the American experience through its art:

Religion and the Founding of the American Republic (11/21/00)

Robert Farber: A Retrospective, 1985-1995 (11/20/00)

Crafting Utopia, The Art of Shaker Women (10/22/00)

Representing LA, Pictorial Currents in Contemporary Southern California Art (11/5/00)

A Spiritual Journey: The Art of Eddie Lee Kendrick (10/15/00)

Living the Tradition: Contemporary Hispanic Crafts from the Taylor Museum Collection (10/13/00)

Gustavo Victor Goler, Santero (9/24/00)

The Kingdoms of Edward Hicks (8/14/00)

Concerning the Spiritual in Art (5/30/00)

Imágenes e Historias/Images and Histories: Chicana Altar-Inspired Art (5/19/00)

William J. Thompson: A Spiritual Journey (5/30/00)

The Big G Stands for Goodness (5/13/00)

Lewis deSoto: Paranirvana (4/17/00)

Faith: The Impact of Judeo-Christian Religion on Art at the Millennium (4/11/00)

University of New Hampshire Art Gallery Opens New Season Featuring a Local Artist and Women in Religion (1/20/00)


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