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Title: Painting in the South: 1564-1980
Description: Richmond, Virginia, Virginia Museum of Fine Art, 1983. . Softcover. Size: 4to 11" - 13" tall. Fascinating retrospective of painting in the Southern U.S. from 1564-1980, built on the exhibit at the Virginia Museum of Fine Art in Richmond. Filled with beautiful full-color and black-and-white photographs and illustrations of work by artists including Jacques LeMoyne, Mark Catesby, Eastman Johnson, Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, Sam Gilliam, and more. Introductory essays by an array of authors such as Carolyn J. Weekly, Linda Crocker Simmons, Jessie J. Poesch, Rick Stewart, and Donald B. Kuspit. Sterling condition softcover copy, with only minor furling at tips, tight binding, and clean internals, showing only very slight shelf- and edge-wear. Glossy, full-color illustrated covers. 362 pp. . . . Very Good

Keywords: Southern art|U.S. art|paintings|Jacques LeMoyne|Mark Catesby,|Eastman Johnson|Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald|Sam Gilliam|Ella-Prince Knox|Carolyn J. Weekly|Linda Crocker Simmons|Jessie J. Poesch|Donald B. Kuspit

Price: US$ 40.00 Seller: Blue Jacket Books
- Book number: 340637

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