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New tradition of Pueblo fine art painting… Pueblo Indian Painting places this important but underappreciated fine art squarely within the contexts of Pueblo culture and Euro-American modernism, bringing long-overdue recognition to the tradition and its preeminent practitioners as a vital part of American art history.
Mothers & Children is an exquisite volume that showcases the powerful emotional appeal of the mother-child bond as depicted in some of the world’s great works of art. Here are thirty-five carefully chosen paintings of mothers and children, each lovingly reproduced and accompanied by a brief discussion of the artist and the work.
Frank Lloyd Wright suffered many setbacks throughout his career, such as the fires at Taliesin and the many lawsuits brought by his second wife, Miriam Noel Wright. Yet, he managed to rise above all of these problems to become the greatest American architect of the first half of the twentieth century.
Studies the history of popular music in this country. The text begins with an introduction to the foundations of music in colonial America and progresses through important and influential movements in our history, from ragtime to rap and numerous topics in between. It looks at important artists and groups in each genre. — From publisher’s description.