Art in the Lives of South Carolinians

Moltke-Hansen , David

Published by Charleston Art Association, 1979
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Title: Art in the Lives of South Carolinians
Publisher: Charleston Art Association
Publication Date: 1979
Book Condition: Very Good
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Book Description Carolina Art Association,, Charleston, South Carolina, 1979. Original Wraps. Condition: Fine. [408] p. 57 ill. Collection of twenty-two essays by various contributors, published in conjunction with two exhibitions held in 1978 and 1979, with checklist of 45 works exhibited in Exhibition I and 36 works in Exhibition II and note on the exhibitions by Paul Figueroa. Contents: Gene Waddell, "The Introduction of Greek Revival Architecture to Charleston"; David Paul Ragan, "Washington Allston's Aesthetics and the Creative Imagination"; Paul Staiti, "John Ashe Alston: Patron of Samuel F.B. Morse"; Robert Stockton, "R.F.W. Allston: Planter Patron"; Kenneth Severens, "Architectural Taste in Ante-Bellum Charleston"; Anna Wells Rutledge, "Beyond the Smell of the Salt: Artists in Up-Country South Carolina Before 1865"; Robert Stroup, "Up-Country Patrons: Wade Hampton II and His Family"; Letitia Allen, "Wade Hampton II's Patronage of Edward Troye", William Douglas Smyth, "The Artistic Experience of South Carolinians Abroad in the 1850's"; Sallie Doscher, "Art Exhibitions in Nineteenth-Century Charleston"; Beverly Scafidel, "A Promoter of the Arts: Gabriel Edward Manigault"; A.V. Huff, "The Democratization of Art: Memorializing the Confederate Dead in South Carolina, 1866-1914"; George C. Rogers, Jr., "Preliminary Thoughts on Joseph Allen Smith as the United States' First Art Collector"; Paul Staiti, "The 1823 Exhibition of the South Carolina Academy of Fine Arts: A Paradigm of Charleston Taste?"; Herbert A. Johnson, "Courthouse Design, Financing, and Maintenance in Antebellum South Carolina"; Sarah Lytle, "Thomas Middleton: At Ease with the Arts in Charleston"; Alexander Moore, "A Charleston Artist and a National Art" (Charles Fraser); facsimile reprint of Charles Fraser's "An Essay on the Condition and Prospects of the Art of Painting in the United States of America", originally published in American Monthly Magazine, 1835; Marion Edmunds, "James H. Hammond's Art Collecting on His European Tour of May 1836 - November 1837"; Gene Waddell, "Where Are Our Trumbulls?" (on John Trumbull); Gail Moore Morrison, "'I Shall Not Pass This Way Again': The Contributions of William Ashmead Courtenay"; and Hazel Ferri, "The Ivory Palaces of Charleston" (on the South Carolina and West Indian Exposition of 1901-1902). This is the reprint of two separate volumes of essays published in 1978 and 1979, bound in one volume, and with the essays presented in slightly different order; it is preferable to the two separately printed volumes in that it includes 57 illustrations and an index not in the two-volume edition. Seller Inventory # 025089

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Book Description Carolina Art Association,, Charleston, South Carolina, 1979. Cloth. Condition: Fine. [408] p. 57 ill. Collection of twenty-two essays by various contributors, published in conjunction with two exhibitions held in 1978 and 1979, with checklist of 45 works exhibited in Exhibition I and 36 works in Exhibition II and note on the exhibitions by Paul Figueroa. Contents: Gene Waddell, "The Introduction of Greek Revival Architecture to Charleston"; David Paul Ragan, "Washington Allston's Aesthetics and the Creative Imagination"; Paul Staiti, "John Ashe Alston: Patron of Samuel F.B. Morse"; Robert Stockton, "R.F.W. Allston: Planter Patron"; Kenneth Severens, "Architectural Taste in Ante-Bellum Charleston"; Anna Wells Rutledge, "Beyond the Smell of the Salt: Artists in Up-Country South Carolina Before 1865"; Robert Stroup, "Up-Country Patrons: Wade Hampton II and His Family"; Letitia Allen, "Wade Hampton II's Patronage of Edward Troye", William Douglas Smyth, "The Artistic Experience of South Carolinians Abroad in the 1850's"; Sallie Doscher, "Art Exhibitions in Nineteenth-Century Charleston"; Beverly Scafidel, "A Promoter of the Arts: Gabriel Edward Manigault"; A.V. Huff, "The Democratization of Art: Memorializing the Confederate Dead in South Carolina, 1866-1914"; George C. Rogers, Jr., "Preliminary Thoughts on Joseph Allen Smith as the United States' First Art Collector"; Paul Staiti, "The 1823 Exhibition of the South Carolina Academy of Fine Arts: A Paradigm of Charleston Taste?"; Herbert A. Johnson, "Courthouse Design, Financing, and Maintenance in Antebellum South Carolina"; Sarah Lytle, "Thomas Middleton: At Ease with the Arts in Charleston"; Alexander Moore, "A Charleston Artist and a National Art" (Charles Fraser); facsimile reprint of Charles Fraser's "An Essay on the Condition and Prospects of the Art of Painting in the United States of America", originally published in American Monthly Magazine, 1835; Marion Edmunds, "James H. Hammond's Art Collecting on His European Tour of May 1836 - November 1837"; Gene Waddell, "Where Are Our Trumbulls?" (on John Trumbull); Gail Moore Morrison, "'I Shall Not Pass This Way Again': The Contributions of William Ashmead Courtenay"; and Hazel Ferri, "The Ivory Palaces of Charleston" (on the South Carolina and West Indian Exposition of 1901-1902). This is the reprint of two separate volumes of essays published in 1978 and 1979, bound in one volume, and with the essays presented in slightly different order; it is preferable to the two separately printed volumes in that it includes 57 illustrations and an index not in the two-volume edition. Note of caution: We have been careful to enumerate the contents of this book so the buyer may be assured that this is complete two-volume collection of these indispensable contributions to the history of art in the Palmetto State, and not the separately published unillustrated volumes. As this is the uncommon hard cover edition, it should appeal to the South Carolina collector interested in the best available version of this important collection of art historical essays as well as the most complete. Seller Inventory # 027493

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