A Southern Collection: Select Works from a Permanent Collection of Painting in the South Prepared for the Opening of the Morris Museum by Estill Curtis Pennington (review)

A Southern Collection: Select Works from a Permanent Collection of Painting in the South Prepared for the Opening of the Morris Museum by Estill Curtis Pennington (Morris Communications Corporations, 1992)

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A Southern Collection: Select Works from a Permanent Collection of Painting in the South Prepared for the Opening of the Morris Museum by Estill Curtis Pennington (review)

by Caroline Mesrobian Hickman
Southern Cultures, Vol. 1, No. 4: Southern Humor

Morris Communications Corporation, 1992

Augusta, Georgia, is home now to not only the most venerable of southern institutions, the Masters Pro golf championship but also to the Morris Museum of Art, which is devoted solely to southern painting. Communications magnate and sixth generation Augustan William S. Morris III established the museum in 1989, and this catalog highlights works from the permanent collection that accompanied its formal opening in 1992.