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Artists in the Life of Charleston: Through Colony and State, From Restoration to Reconstruction: Transactions, APS (vol. 39, part 2)
Artists in the Life of Charleston: Through Colony and State, From Restoration to Reconstruction: Transactions, APS (vol. 39, part 2)

 
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By Anna Wells Rutledge (au)
Year: 1949
Pages: 149
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1422377083

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Charleston’s greatest contribution to American painting was timely patronage of men of ability. Contents of this study: Historical intro.; Art & artists from the 16th to the mid-18th cent.; Jeremiah Theus, Alexander Gordon, & the mid-18th cent.; Prosperous pre-Revolutionary years; The Revolutionary years; Federal years; The academic tradition & native talent in the first quarter of the 19th cent.; Fraser, Allston, White, & Cogdell; The South Carolina Acad. of Fine Arts, its predecessors & successors; Sculpture; Theatrical & decorative painters; The silhouettists; Backgrounds; Native talent & visiting strangers; “Female artists” & talented families; The daguerreotype & photography; Pre-war decades; & The war years -- 1861-1865. Ill.

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