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Vol. 1, No. 2: Winter 1995

Graphic Arts & the South: Proceedings of the 1990 North American Print Conference (Review)

by Leo Mazow

University of Arkansas Press, 1993.

Graphic Arts & the South is an important addition to a sorely neglected field of study. Substituting the breadth of a monograph with the critical focus of nine illuminating, if uneven, essays, this collection showcases the work of leading scholars in art history and American cultural history. Graphic Arts & the South may well be the first text to probe in depth the role of printmakers, publishers, writers, and photographers in the social production of a southern iconography.

This article appears as an abstract above, the complete article can be accessed in Project Muse
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