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The Resource Souls grown deep : African American vernacular art of the South, Volume one, The tree gave the dove a leaf, Paul Arnett, William Arnett, executive editors

Souls grown deep : African American vernacular art of the South, Volume one, The tree gave the dove a leaf, Paul Arnett, William Arnett, executive editors

Label
Souls grown deep : African American vernacular art of the South, Volume one, The tree gave the dove a leaf
Title
Souls grown deep
Title remainder
African American vernacular art of the South
Title number
Volume one
Title part
The tree gave the dove a leaf
Statement of responsibility
Paul Arnett, William Arnett, executive editors
Title variation
Tree gave the dove a leaf
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
M$U
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Arnett, Paul
  • Arnett, William
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Arnett, William
  • African American art
  • African American artists
  • African American folk art
  • Outsider art
Label
Souls grown deep : African American vernacular art of the South, Volume one, The tree gave the dove a leaf, Paul Arnett, William Arnett, executive editors
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes index and bibliographical references
Contents
Map -- An introduction to other rivers -- Life behind the wall : a call to respond / Andrew Young -- An artist goes back to the ocean / Lonnie Holley -- In pursuit of new freedoms / John Lewis -- More than previously imagined / Howard Dodson -- Vernacular art : a palpable expression / Roger Cardinal -- "I always wanted to be free" / Vincent Harding -- Beyond Borobudur / William Arnett -- African roots, American branches : tradition and transformation in African American self-taught art / Babatunde Lawal -- The African artist / Roy Sieber -- Tradition and continuum in African American folk art / Jack L. Lindsey -- The hidden charms of the Deep South / Paul Arnett, William Arnett, Robert Hobbs, Theophus Smith, Maude Southwell Wahlman -- William Edmondson : the geometry of vision : the work of William Edmondson -- Eldren M. Bailey : whitewash -- Vernon Burwell : le garage ravi de Rocky Mount : an essay on Vernon Burwell -- Root sculpture : tornadoes inside eggs -- Ralph Griffin : "then the whisper put on flesh" -- Bessie Harvey : "God is the artist" -- Bessie Harvey -- The root sculptures of Thornton Dial : a newtork of ideas -- Lonnie Holley : pulling on the root --Jesse Aaron : nobody leaves empty-handed -- Ulysses Davis -- Leroy Almon -- Herbert Singleton : secular and sacred -- Big Al and J. P. Scott : folk art in New Orleans -- Dilmus Hall : blue hands -- Steve Ashby -- Archie Byron : anatomically correct -- James "Son" Thomas : inside the jook joint : blues and sculpture in the life of James Thomas -- Juanita Rogers : mud woman -- Jimmy Lee Sudduth : cutting to the slice -- Bill Traylor : mysteries -- The word in their hands -- Gertrude Morgan -- Nellie Mae Rowe : inside the perimeter -- Minnie Evans -- Clementine Hunter -- Anderson Johnson -- Contemporary African American folk portraiture -- Sam Doyle : the news from Frogmore -- Mose Tolliver : picture maker -- "Tree roots, that's what I started with" -- Lorenzo Scott -- Theodore Hill -- J. T. McCord -- Half-told tales : some thoughts on African American self-taught art as narrative -- Arthur Dial : "a record of what went by" -- Luster Willis : templates -- Henry Speller : handy man -- Georgia Speller : folk theory : laughing with Legba -- George Andrews : "the Dot Man" -- Frank Jones : drawings from the devil house -- William L. Hawkins : photographic memory -- Alyne Harris -- Richard Burnside -- Royal Robertson : night vision -- Sandy Hall : a look at myself -- John B. Murray : the handwriting on the wall -- Painting out of a corner -- Notes on African American vernacular art in the age of globalization / Jerry Cullum -- Revolutionary democratic art from the cultural commonwealth of Afro America / Amiri Baraka -- Self-taught art and the conscience of museums / Maxwell L. Anderson
Control code
ocm43622976
Dimensions
33 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xxii, 544 p.
Isbn
9780965376600
Lccn
98061710
Other physical details
ill. (chiefly col.)
System control number
(Sirsi) 642340
Label
Souls grown deep : African American vernacular art of the South, Volume one, The tree gave the dove a leaf, Paul Arnett, William Arnett, executive editors
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes index and bibliographical references
Contents
Map -- An introduction to other rivers -- Life behind the wall : a call to respond / Andrew Young -- An artist goes back to the ocean / Lonnie Holley -- In pursuit of new freedoms / John Lewis -- More than previously imagined / Howard Dodson -- Vernacular art : a palpable expression / Roger Cardinal -- "I always wanted to be free" / Vincent Harding -- Beyond Borobudur / William Arnett -- African roots, American branches : tradition and transformation in African American self-taught art / Babatunde Lawal -- The African artist / Roy Sieber -- Tradition and continuum in African American folk art / Jack L. Lindsey -- The hidden charms of the Deep South / Paul Arnett, William Arnett, Robert Hobbs, Theophus Smith, Maude Southwell Wahlman -- William Edmondson : the geometry of vision : the work of William Edmondson -- Eldren M. Bailey : whitewash -- Vernon Burwell : le garage ravi de Rocky Mount : an essay on Vernon Burwell -- Root sculpture : tornadoes inside eggs -- Ralph Griffin : "then the whisper put on flesh" -- Bessie Harvey : "God is the artist" -- Bessie Harvey -- The root sculptures of Thornton Dial : a newtork of ideas -- Lonnie Holley : pulling on the root --Jesse Aaron : nobody leaves empty-handed -- Ulysses Davis -- Leroy Almon -- Herbert Singleton : secular and sacred -- Big Al and J. P. Scott : folk art in New Orleans -- Dilmus Hall : blue hands -- Steve Ashby -- Archie Byron : anatomically correct -- James "Son" Thomas : inside the jook joint : blues and sculpture in the life of James Thomas -- Juanita Rogers : mud woman -- Jimmy Lee Sudduth : cutting to the slice -- Bill Traylor : mysteries -- The word in their hands -- Gertrude Morgan -- Nellie Mae Rowe : inside the perimeter -- Minnie Evans -- Clementine Hunter -- Anderson Johnson -- Contemporary African American folk portraiture -- Sam Doyle : the news from Frogmore -- Mose Tolliver : picture maker -- "Tree roots, that's what I started with" -- Lorenzo Scott -- Theodore Hill -- J. T. McCord -- Half-told tales : some thoughts on African American self-taught art as narrative -- Arthur Dial : "a record of what went by" -- Luster Willis : templates -- Henry Speller : handy man -- Georgia Speller : folk theory : laughing with Legba -- George Andrews : "the Dot Man" -- Frank Jones : drawings from the devil house -- William L. Hawkins : photographic memory -- Alyne Harris -- Richard Burnside -- Royal Robertson : night vision -- Sandy Hall : a look at myself -- John B. Murray : the handwriting on the wall -- Painting out of a corner -- Notes on African American vernacular art in the age of globalization / Jerry Cullum -- Revolutionary democratic art from the cultural commonwealth of Afro America / Amiri Baraka -- Self-taught art and the conscience of museums / Maxwell L. Anderson
Control code
ocm43622976
Dimensions
33 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xxii, 544 p.
Isbn
9780965376600
Lccn
98061710
Other physical details
ill. (chiefly col.)
System control number
(Sirsi) 642340

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