Art of Tennessee
Benjamin Hubbard Caldwell, Robert H. Hicks, Mark Scala, Frist Center for the Visual Arts (Nashville, Tenn.)
distributed by The University of Tennessee Press for the Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Oct 23, 2003 - Architecture - 375 pages
Surveying the history of aesthetic expressions from the earliest Native American populations to the most significant artists of our own times, the Art of Tennessee exhibit, running from September 13, 2003, through January 18, 2004, at the First Center for the Visual Arts in Nashville, includes approximately 250 of the most extraordinary examples of paintings, sculptures, furniture, quilts, pottery, silver, maps, and other forms of art created throughout Tennessee or that relate to Tennessee.
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