A History of Changing Ideas
A remarkable volume that makes accessible for the first time and in one place a broad selection of more than 250 years of writing on Northwest Coast Native art.
A Critical Study
As the first literary critical study of Vincent van Gogh’s letters, The Letters of Vincent van Gogh presents the painter’s letters as purposeful imaginative creations that chart van Gogh’s evolving conception of himself as an artist.
On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of Stuck's birth, Franz von Stuck is celebrated in the first monographic exhibition of his work in the United States, a joint project of the Frye Art Museum and the Museum Villa Stuck, Munich.
Manuscript Production in Shiraz, 1303–1452
Assesses the role of the city of Shiraz in Iranian book production between the early fourteenth and mid-fifteenth centuries.
Northwest Women Artists 1880-2010
Highlighting work in all media by women artists from Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia, this book presents an wide-ranging survey fo the personal and communal stories that inspired the legacy of Pacific Northwest art.
Whiteness, Indigeneity, and the National Imaginary
This book explores how whiteness and Indigeneity are articulated through commonplace symbols of Canadian identity and how the work of contemporary artists is subverting these nostalgic accounts of the past.
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