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This book has the scenic design for both the stage and screen versions of DAMN YANKEES, the film costume design for PAJAMA GAME, and many other among my favorite shows. All by William and Jean Eckart. Once Upon A Mattress, World Theatre, Subject Of Art, Damn Yankees, Golden Apple, Carol Burnett, Scenic Design, Book Design, Set Design

The Performing Set: The Broadway Designs of William and Jean Eckart

Bill and Jean Eckart were stage designers and producers at the peak of the musical, and their designs revolutionized Broadway productions. An Eckart set became part of the performance on stage, equal at times to an actor. They were best known for their designs for Damn Yankees (1955); Once Upon a Mattress (1959), in which Carol Burnett made her Broadway debut; and Mame (1966)

Read "Rounded Up in Glory Frank Reaugh, Texas Renaissance Man" by Michael Grauer available from Rakuten Kobo. Frank Reaugh pronounced "Ray") was called "the Dean of Texas artists" for good reason. His pastels documente. James Thomas, Barnett Newman, Loving Texas, Renaissance Men, Ways Of Seeing, Singer Sargent, Vintage Postcards, Biography, Pastels

Rounded Up in Glory: Frank Reaugh, Texas Renaissance Man

Frank Reaugh (1860–1945; pronounced “Ray”) was called “the Dean of Texas artists” for good reason. His pastels documented the wide-open spaces of the West as they were vanishing in the late nineteenth century, and his plein air techniques influenced generations of artists. His students include a “Who’s Who” of twentieth-century Texas painters: Alexandre Hogue, Reveau Bassett,

Black Art In America Page Liked · July 22 · Walls That Speak: The Murals of John Biggers (Hardcover book) by Olive Jensen Theisen Subject Of Art, African American Studies, University Of North Texas, John Thomas, Aleta, Black And White Illustration, Black History Month, American Artists, Sculptures

Walls That Speak: The Murals of John Thomas Biggers

John Thomas Biggers (1924-2001) was one of the most significant African American artists of the twentieth century. He was known for his murals, but also for his drawings, paintings, and lithographs, and was honored by a major traveling retrospective exhibition from 1995 to 1997. He created archetypal imagery that spoke positively to the rich and varied ethnic heritage of

The Art of Whitfield Lovell: Whispers from the Walls (Pomegranate Catalog): Subject Of Art, Seattle Art Museum, Object Photography, Whitney Museum, Book Catalogue, African American Art, Black Artists, Black History Month, National Museum

The Art of Whitfield Lovell: Whispering from the Wall

Born in the Bronx in 1959, artist Whitfield Lovell has received world-wide acclaim for his work. His ten solo exhibitions and numerous group shows combine on-site drawings with found objects and other often large-scale components of personal metaphor referencing his own family as well as broader themes of African-American ancestry and cultural memory. Using images from

American Wildflower Florilegium. Jean Andrews—a true Renaissance Woman: author, lecturer, artist, naturalist and gourmet cook—has gathered fifty-two strikingly beautiful American wildflowers which she has paired with a treatise giving the common name, the scientific name, family, origin, range, description, bloom period, pollinators, habitat requirements, propagation, remarks & etymology, and references. Subject Of Art, Plant Painting, Seed Pods, Propagation, Habitats, Wild Flowers, Renaissance, Bloom, Family Origin

American Wildflower Florilegium

"My plant paintings are composites through time which present the generalized growth pattern of the plant, not only with the buds, the mature flower in various aspects—front, side, back—on to the seed pods but also the roots. This is a view of a plant impossible to capture with the camera."—Jean Andrews

War and the Southwest: An Artist at War : The Journal of John Gaitha Browning No. 3 by John Gaitha Browning Hardcover) for sale online Journal Record, Military Tactics, Subject Of Art, University Of North Texas, Keeping A Journal, Army Life, Journal Covers, Browning, Positive Vibes

An Artist at War: The Journal of John Gaitha Browning

When twenty-nine-year-old artist John Gaitha Browning enlisted in 1942, he was determined to keep a journal recording his observations of army life—from boot camp to combat. "Browning was a well-known artist with a deep understanding of the Southwest and its rugged beauty. As his journal eloquently shows, he tried to find goodness and beauty everywhere, even in the Pacific

The Boardinghouse is an account of how a diverse group of high spirited, self-assured, talented youths were able to meld in supporting one another during Vogel's first year as a student at the Chicago Art Institute's School of Fine Art during the desperate times of the great depression. The book portrays one year in the lives of eighteen young men from various parts of the country who shared similar dreams of becoming an artist. Subject Of Art, Desperate Times, Chicago Art, Great Depression, Art Institute Of Chicago, Young Men, The Book, Student, Fine Art

The Boardinghouse

The Boardinghouse is an account of how a diverse group of high spirited, self-assured, talented youths were able to meld in supporting one another during Vogel's first year as a student at the Chicago Art Institute's School of Fine Art during the desperate times of the great depression. The book portrays one year in the lives of eighteen young men from various parts of the

Charles T. Williams Retrospective, with Friends Subject Of Art, The Twenties, Books To Read, Contemporary Art, Ebooks, Death, Fort Worth, 1940s, Kindle

Charles T. Williams Retrospective, with Friends

Charles Truett Williams worked in the Fort Worth area from the late 1940s through 1966, spending twenty of his forty-eight years involved in intense artistic production. Before his death in 1966 he contributed immense vitality and acted as a catalyst for the emerging contemporary art scene in North Texas. In the legacy of his work, an entire sculptural range can be seen.

The fourty-fifth publication of the Texas Folklore Society is a tribute to Texas' sesquicentennial birthday in 1986 and attendant celebrations. Everything from tatoos to murals to spurs to low riders & more. Rural Mailbox, Subject Of Art, Grave Decorations, Pine Needle Baskets, American Frontier, Texas History, Textile Artists, Yard Art, Folklore

Folk Art in Texas

Folk Art in Texas is now available as a free e-book at the UNT Digital Library and The Portal to Texas History.

Hecho en Tejas: Texas-Mexican Folk Arts and Crafts is now available as a free e-book at the UNT Digital Library and The Portal to Texas History. Subject Of Art, Mexican Folk Art, To Focus, Folklore, Arts And Crafts, Texas, Diversity, Spanish, Pdf

Hecho en Tejas: Texas-Mexican Folk Arts and Crafts

Hecho en Tejas: Texas-Mexican Folk Arts and Crafts is now available as a free e-book at the UNT Digital Library and The Portal to Texas History.

John Biggers- The Cradle Conte crayon African American Artist, African Art, American Artists, Subject Of Art, Black Artwork, Black Artists, Museum Of Fine Arts, Crayon, Conte

A Life on Paper: The Drawings and Lithographs of John Thomas Biggers

A Life on Paper: The Drawings and Lithographs of John Thomas Biggers is now available as a free e-book at the UNT Digital Library. Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.

Memories and Images Subject Of Art, Art Institute Of Chicago, Vintage Books, World War Ii, Scene, Memories, Dallas, United States, Europe

Memories and Images

Donald Vogel arrived in Dallas at the beginning of World War II after a sojourn at the Art Institute of Chicago. “The feeling of space, its clear clean atmosphere, the calm courtesy of the people and promises of growth all gave hope to a young, would-be painter. What I could not have anticipated was that there would be no gentle growth: it exploded in every direction and the

The Pepper Trail : History and Recipes from Around the World by Jean Andrews Hardcover) for sale online Spice Trade, Subject Of Art, Dried Peppers, University Of North Texas, York Restaurants, Vintage Cookbooks, Stuffed Hot Peppers, Health And Wellbeing, Book Recommendations

The Pepper Trail: History & Recipes from Around the World

"An authoritative but eminently readable work . . . An essential purchase."—Library Journal "Jean Andrews blazes a delicious pepper trail with a lot of research."—Southern Living

Black Art In America Page Liked · July 22 · Walls That Speak: The Murals of John Biggers (Hardcover book) by Olive Jensen Theisen Subject Of Art, African American Studies, University Of North Texas, John Thomas, Aleta, Black And White Illustration, Black History Month, American Artists, Sculptures

Walls That Speak: The Murals of John Thomas Biggers

John Thomas Biggers (1924-2001) was one of the most significant African American artists of the twentieth century. He was known for his murals, but also for his drawings, paintings, and lithographs, and was honored by a major traveling retrospective exhibition from 1995 to 1997. He created archetypal imagery that spoke positively to the rich and varied ethnic heritage of

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