New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture Volume 23: Folk Art

ISBN-10: 0807871745
ISBN-13: 9780807871744
Edition: 2013
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Description: Folk art is one of the American South's most significant areas of creative achievement, and this comprehensive yet accessible reference details that achievement from the sixteenth century through the present. This volume ofThe New Encyclopedia of  More...

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List price: $24.95
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: University of North Carolina Press
Publication date: 6/3/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 576
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.650
Language: English

Folk art is one of the American South's most significant areas of creative achievement, and this comprehensive yet accessible reference details that achievement from the sixteenth century through the present. This volume ofThe New Encyclopedia of Southern Cultureexplores the many forms of aesthetic expression that have characterized southern folk art, including the work of self-taught artists, as well as the South's complex relationship to national patterns of folk art collecting. Fifty-two thematic essays examine subjects ranging from colonial portraiture, Moravian material culture, and southern folk pottery to the South's rich quilt-making traditions, memory painting, and African American vernacular art, and 211 topical essays include profiles of major folk and self-taught artists in the region.

Cheryl Rivers, an independent scholar living in Brooklyn, New York, has taught numerous courses at the Folk Art Institute, American Folk Art Museum and is editor ofDonald Mitchell: Right Here, Right Now.

General Introduction
Introduction
Folk Art of the American South
African American Expressions
African American Protective Arts
Art Cars
Art Education
Baskets, Lowcountry
Bottle Trees
Cajun and Creole Folk Art
Calligraphy and Penmanship
Canes
Caribbean American Folk Art
Craft Revival
Decoys
Environments
Eroticism
Face Jugs
Festivals and Fairs
Fraktur
Fraternal Societies
Furniture, Decorated and Painted
Furniture, Vernacular
Furniture, Vernacular, of Texas
Gravestone Carving
Interior Painting, Decorative
Jewish Ceremonial and Decorative Arts
Landscape Painting (16th-19th Centuries)
Landscape Painting (20th and 21st Centuries)
Latino Folk Art
Memory Jugs
Memory Painting
Moravian Material Culture
Music and Musical Instruments
Outsider Art
Photography, Vernacular
Portraiture, to 1790
Portraiture, 1790-1850
Pottery
Prison Art
Quilting, African American
Quilts, General
Quilts and Embroidery, 20th Century
Religious Ephemera
Roadside Art
Rugs, Handsewn and Hooked
Schoolgirl Samplers and Embroidered Pictures
Silhouettes
Soldier Art of the Civil War
Theorem Painting
Toys
Trade Signs
Tramp Art
Visionary Art
Weathervanes, Whirligigs, and Whimseys
Aaron, Jesse James
Adkins, Minnie
Albritton, Sarah
Almon, Leroy, Sr.
Am�zcua, Consuelo Gonz�lez (Chelo)
Andrews, George Cleveland
Armstrong, Zebedee B.
Arning, Eddie
Arnold, Edward Everard
Arnold, John James Trumbull
Artists with Disabilities
Ashby, Steve
Audubon, John James
Aust, Gottfried
Barker, Linvel
Bell, Solomon
Benavides, Hector Alonzo
Benson, Mozell
Bernhart, Peter
Black, Calvin and Ruby
Blizzard, Georgia
Bolden, Hawkins
Bowlin, Loy Allen
Brown, Jerry Dolyn
Brown, William Henry
Brown Family
Burleson, Thomas Monroe
Butler, David
Byron, Archie
Calloway, Frank
Cartledge, William Ned
Catesby, Mark
Christ, Rudolph
Clark, Henry Ray
Cobb Family
Coins, Raymond Willie
Consalvos, Felipe Jesus
Cooke, George E.
Cooper, Ronald E. and Jessie P.
Cornett, Chester
Craig, Burl on B.
Cromer, John James (J J)
Crowell, Harold
Culver, John
Cunningham, Earl
Davis, Ulysses
De Batz, Alexandre
Dellschau, Charles August Albert
Dennis, Herman D.
Dering, William
Dey, John William (Uncle Jack)
Dial, Richard
Dial, Thornton, Sr.
Doyle, Sam
Drake, David (Dave the Potter)
Drgac, Peter Paul
Dulaney, Burgess
Earl, Ralph E.W., Jr.
Edmondson, William
Ehre Vater Artist
Ellis, Milton
Evans, James Guy
Evans, Minnie
Ezell, Nora
Farmer, Josephus
Ferdinand, Roy, Jr.
Finster, Howard
Folk Art Society of America
Freeland, Henry C.
Fryar, Pearl
Frymire, Jacob
Gee's Bend
Gibson, Sybil
Golding, William O.
Gudgell, Henry
Guilford Limner (Dupue)
Hall, Dilmus
Hamblett, Theora
Hampton, James
Harding, Chester
Harris, Felix "Fox"
Harvey, Bessie Ruth White
Hawkins, William Lawrence
Heltzel, Henry (Stony Creek Artist)
Hesselius, John
Highwaymen
Hill, Kenny
Holley, Lonnie
Hoppe, Louis
Hudson, Julien
Hunter, Clementine
Hussey, Billy Ray
Hutson, Charles Woodward
Jaquelin-Brodnax Limner
Jeffery, Edwin, Jr.
Jennings, James Harold
Jim�nez, Nicario
Johnson, Anderson
Johnson, Joshua
Johnston, Daniel
Johnston, Henrietta
Jones, Frank
Jones, Shields Landon (S. L.)
Kemmelmeyer, Frederick
Kendrick, Eddie Lee
Kennedy, William W.
Kinney Family
Kornegay, George
K�hn, Justus Engelhardl
Lancaster, Paul
Landry, Pierre Joseph
Leedskalnin, Edward
Light, Joe Louis
Limners
Line, Marion Forgey
Lockett, Ronald
Long, Woodie
Lucas, Charlie
Marling, Jacob
Martin, Eddie Owens (St. EOM)
Mayfield, Helen Burkhart
McKillop, Edgar Alexander
McKissack, Jefferson Davis
McNellis, Laura Craig
Meaders, Quillian Lanier
Meaders Family
Merritt, Clyde Eugene (Gene)
Meucci, Antonio and Nina
Milestone, Mark Casey
Milkovisch, John
Miller, Reuben Aaron (R. A.)
Minchell (Isenberg), Peter James
Minter, Joe Wade, Sr.
Mr. Feuille
Mohamed, Ethel Wright
Morgan, Sister Gertrude
Moses, Anna Mary Robertson (Grandma Moses)
Mulligan, Mark Anthony
Murray, John Bunion (J. B.)
National Heritage Fellowships
National Society of the Colonial Dames of America
New Market, Virginia, Painted Boxes
Nicholson, Susannah Fauntleroy Quarles (Susan)
Ohr, George Edgar
O'Kelley, Emily (Mattie Lou)
Payne Limner
Perkins, Benjamin Franklin (B. F.)
Person, Leroy
Pettway, Plummet T.
Phillips, Samuel David
Pierce, Elijah
Polhamus, Melissa
Polk, Charles Peak
Powers, Harriet
Proctor, Mary
Reinhardt, Minnie Smith
Roberg, Robert
Robertson, Royal
Rodriguez, Dionicio
Rogers, Sulton
Rose, John
Rowe, Nellie Mae
Salazar y Mendoza, Jos� Francisco Xavier de
Samuel, William Giles Martin
Samuels, Ossie Lee (O. L.)
Sanchez, Mario
Scott, James P. (J. P.)
Scott, Lorenzo
Shackelford, William Stamms
Shakers, United Society of
Shaver, Samuel Moore
Simpson, Vollis
Sims, Bernice
Singleton, Herbert
Smith, Mary Tillman
Spelce, Fannie Lou Bennett
Speller, Henry
Sperger, Hugo
Spitler, Johannes
Stovall, Emma Serena Dillard (Queena)
Strickler, Jacob
Sudduth, Jimmy Lee
Sullivan, Patrick Joseph
Swearingen, Johnnie S.
Taylor, Sarah Mary
Theus, Jeremiah
Thomas, James "Son"
Thompson, William Thomas
Tolliver, Mose Ernest
Tolson, Edgar
Toole, John
Toomer, Lucinda Hodrick
Traylor, William
Tripp, William Blevins (Billy)
Trott, Benjamin
Tyler, Valton
Von Reck, Philip Georg Friedrich
Voronovsky, Jorko (George)
Walker, Inez Nathaniel
Ward, Velox Benjamin
Ward Brothers
Warner, Pecolia
Welfare, Christian Daniel (Christian Daniel Wohlfahrt)
Wells, Yvonne
West, Myrtice Snead
Wickham, Enoch Tanner
Widener, George
Williamson, Clara McDonald
Wooldridge Monuments
Wythe County, Virginia, Chests
Young, Purvis
Zoettl, Michael (Brother Joseph)
Index of Contributors
Index

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