The Afro-American Tradition in Decorative Arts

The Afro-American Tradition in Decorative Arts

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Included in the examples are works from the Charleston and Old Slave Mart museums and the ironwork of Philip Simmons.Traditionally crafted artifacts a€” baskets, walking sticks, pottery jars, quilts a€” are commonplace items that fail to attract immediate ... Cedric Dover in American Negro Art gives all of three pages to four centuries of what he calls the aquot;manual arts. ... who introduces his book, Modern Negro Art, with a chapter entitled aquot;Negro Craftsmen and Artists of Pre-Civil War Days. ... over so long a period and in so many different places, an analysis of objects alone might only produce a false pattern.

Title:The Afro-American Tradition in Decorative Arts
Author: John Michael Vlach
Publisher:University of Georgia Press - 1978

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