American Art: History and Culture

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Brown & Benchmark, 1994 - Art - 687 pages
"American Art: History and Culture" is a thorough and engaging chronology of American art, including painting, sculpture, architecture, decorative arts, photography, folk art, and graphic arts.

Wayne Craven presents art and artists within the context of their times, including insights into the intellectual, spiritual, and political environment. Along the way Craven charts the growth of a distinctly American art culture. The resulting book is as much a history of American culture as of American art.

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How often does one come across a textbook that attracts and holds the interest of audiences outside as well as inside the classroom? Craven here shares his considerable knowledge of and excitement ... Read full review

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Preface
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Architecture in New Spain 15001700
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Virginia
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Copyright

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