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Date Issued:
1989
Summary:
Forgery, Invention and Propaganda: Factors behind the Production of the Guthlac Roll (British Museum Harley Roll Y.6) by Kimberly Kelly / Rombouts’ David and Abigail in the Florida State University Gallery: An Allegory of Deliverance by Nan Currence / The Bear-Mother Theme: Exploring the Narrative in Haida Argillite by E. Michael Whittington / George Inness, Jr.’s Art of the Spiritual: The Only Hope by Jane Bowie Mattson / The Quest of Beauty: LaFarge and Tiffany and American Stained Glass by Janice Ford-Freeman / Picasso’s Illustrations for Iliazd in Context by Mary E. Murray / Jacaltec Maya Ethnicity and Acculturation as Viewed through Their Backstrap Woven Hairsashes by Carol Ventura
Title: Athanor.
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Name(s): Florida State University. Art History Students' Organization, Sponsor
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Periodicals
Issuance: serial
Date Issued: 1989
Publisher: Florida State University
Place of Publication: Tallahassee, Fla.
Extent: 75 pages
Language(s): English
Summary: Forgery, Invention and Propaganda: Factors behind the Production of the Guthlac Roll (British Museum Harley Roll Y.6) by Kimberly Kelly / Rombouts’ David and Abigail in the Florida State University Gallery: An Allegory of Deliverance by Nan Currence / The Bear-Mother Theme: Exploring the Narrative in Haida Argillite by E. Michael Whittington / George Inness, Jr.’s Art of the Spiritual: The Only Hope by Jane Bowie Mattson / The Quest of Beauty: LaFarge and Tiffany and American Stained Glass by Janice Ford-Freeman / Picasso’s Illustrations for Iliazd in Context by Mary E. Murray / Jacaltec Maya Ethnicity and Acculturation as Viewed through Their Backstrap Woven Hairsashes by Carol Ventura
Identifier: FSU_ARCH_N1A92_VIII (IID)
Subject(s): Arts
Student publications
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