American Southern States: 20th Century Paintings



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Articles and essays from Resource Library in chronological order:

Henry Casselli: Master of the American Watercolor (11/16/00)

Red Clay Survey: Seventh Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary Southern Art (11/15/00)

Helen Sampson and Annina Luck (10/31/00)

Passion and Precision: Stephen Schatz and Bryan Haynes (10/24/00)

Charleston Renaissance (7/25/00)

Marie Hull, Home and Abroad: Works from the Mississippi Museum of Art (6/28/00)

Robert Gwathmey: Master Painter (6/13/00)

Three Generations (6/3/00)

Alexa Kleinbard: Talking Leaves (5/8/00)

Andrew Wyeth and Bob Timberlake: Painting on Familiar Ground (4/15/00)

Ellis Wilson (1899-1977)

Andrew Bucci at the Lauren Rogers Museum of Art (4/12/00)

Robert Gwathmey: Master Painter (3/21/00)

Hard Knocks, Hardship and A lot of Experience: The Maritime Art of William O. Golding (3/21/00)

The Private Eye: Walter Anderson from Individual Collections (3/14/00)

Rowan LeCompte and Donald Furst (2/28/00)

The Charleston Renaissance (9/8/99)

Bert Carpenter: A Retrospective (8/17/99)

Florida Illustrators, Art From Children 's Books (8/4/99)

Visions of the Eastern Shore (7/12/99)

A Place Not Forgotten: Landscapes of the South from the Morris Museum of Art (7/7/99)

Between Worlds: The Art of Jonathan Green (7/1/99)

Juicy Fruit: Contemporary Citrus Imagery by Florida Artists (6/29/99)

Paintings by Charles Sibley (6/17/99)

Athos Menaboni at Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art (6/11/99)

Bill Traylor 1854-1949: Deep Blues (6/9/99)

Dayrell Kortheuer (1906-1995): American Romantic Artist (6/2/99)

Morris Museum of Art Presents Exhibitions of Art of Wolf Kahn and Robert Gwathmey (2/20/99)

The Snallygaster School (2/10/99)

Portrait of a City at Mid-Century: Kenneth Harris' Views of Norfolk (9/16/98)

Lois Mailou Jones and Her Former Students: An American Legacy (9/15/98)

The Charleston Renaissance (5/18/98)

Hughie-Lee Smith: A Retrospective (1/26/98)

The Middle Passage: White Ships, Black Cargo Drawings from the Book by Tom Feelings (4/27/98)

Tropical Terrain: South Florida Landscapes (4/27/98)

Two Narratives: Paintings by Peter Olsen and Rebecca "Betty" Pinkey (4/27/98)

Maria Brito: Rites of Passage (4/27/98)

Miguel Padura: Enigmatic Canvases

James Mullen: Savannah Plein Air Paintings (10/10/97)

Kevin MacDonald Exhibition

Jenkins: Watercolors from Maryland to Maine

Beyond Moonlight and Magnolias: Contemporary Women Artists of Alabama

 

TFAO references:

A 11/29/13 search within TFAO's digital library retrieved:

1,170 pages referencing "Southern"

 

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