American Art Review month and year: December 94 -January 95

author(s): Dan Prince

title of American Art Review article: "A Good Likeness: Techniques in Self-Taught Portraiture"

Note: see this article "Vanderbilt alum donates S.T.A.R. to Special Collections"

Note to contractor: Mr. Prince also authored "Giants of Tennessee: The Primitive Folk Sculpture of Enoch T. Wickham" American Art Review November-December 1975 (Volume II, Number 6). When talking to Dan Prince about "A Good Likeness: Techniques in Self-Taught Portraiture" ask him if he owns and would also permit TFAO to reprint "Giants of Tennessee: The Primitive Folk Sculpture of Enoch T. Wickham" Contractor will need to obtain American Art Review November-December 1975 (Volume II, Number 6). since TFAO does not have a copy. SJ reports that Mr. Prince believes that he was paid to write the artlcle.

TFAO has no information on Enoch T. Wickham and there is little on the Internet.

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-- activity on this article deferred until further notice. SJ reports that Mr. Prince believes that he was paid to write the artlcle.
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American Art Review, ISSN 0092-1327, is published on paper and noted for its scholarly content by both senior authors and younger scholars. Tel 913.451.8801. The time period focus of American Art Review is from the Colonial era through 1970. The first issue of Volume 1 of the magazine was published in September, 1973. Publication was suspended with Volume 4 in November, 1978. Publication resumed with Volume V in the Summer of 1992 and continues to the present. In the 19th century there was a journal with a similar title, The American Art Review: A Journal Devoted to The Practice, Theory, History and Archaeology of Art edited by S.R. Koehler.

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