A Place for Us: Vernacular Architecture in American Folk Art

By Stacy C. Hollander

 



 

About the author:

Stacy C. Hollander, at the time of writing of this essay, was the curator of the American Folk Art Museum. She received her B.A. from Barnard and her M.A. from New York University in Folk Art Studies. She is the author of American Radiance: The Ralph Esmerian Gift to the American Folk Art Museum and Harry Lieberman: A Journey of Remembrance, and co-author of American Anthem: Masterworks from the American Folk Art Museum.

 

Resource Library editor's note:

This essay was previously published in Folk Art. The Museum's citation for the essay is:

Stacy Hollander, "A Place for Us: Vernacular Architecture in American Folk Art." Folk Art 21, no. 3 (Fall 1996): 34-40. Copyright American Folk Art Museum, 1996.

The exhibition A Place for Us: Vernacular Architecture in American Folk Art was held at the American Folk Art Museum in 1996-1997. An article by the author for the exhibition was published in American Art Review, Volume VIII, Number 5, November 1996, p. 112-115. Resource Library extends its appreciation to James Mitchell, Librarian, Shirley K. Schlafer Library, American Folk Art Museum, for his assistance in helping obtain permission from the Museum for republishing of this essay.

 


 

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