Arizona Art History

with an emphasis on representational art



 

Articles:

Robert G Breunig, Michael Lomatuway'ma "Kachina Dolls," Museum of Northern Arizona. Published by Museum of Northern Arizona, 1983. 32 pages. Google Books says: "Issued as vol. 54, no. 4 of Plateau."

Doris DuBose: "Art and Artists in Arizona, 1847-1912" M.A. thesis, Arizona State University, Tempe, 1974

May Noble: "Arizona Artists" Arizona Teacher and Home Journal 11 (Feb. 1923) 7-10

Kathryn Reisdorfer: "Arizona History through Art" American Art Review March-April 2000 (Volume XII, Number 2)

Carolyn C. Robbins: "A Century of Arizona Women Artists" American Art Review January-February 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 1)

Thomas W. Southall: "Hopi Mesa" American Art (Vol. 10, No. 3; Fall 1996)

Robert Stragnell and Jim Willoughby: "Pioneer Women: Arizona History Through Art" American Art Review March-April 98

"Paul Strand and Ansel Adams native land and natural scene Native land and natural scene." The Archive (Tucson, Ariz.). Published by Center for creative photography-University of Arizona, 1990

 

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