American Art Review month and year: January-February 2001 (Volume XIII, Number 1).

author(s): Martha R. Severens

title of American Art Review article:"Melting Pot: Art That Looks Like America"

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from the 2003 TFAO calendar:

Greenville County Museum of Art

Greenville, SC

864-271-7570

Melting Pot: Art That Looks Like America

November 19 through September 19

from SHJ:

exhibition at Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, SC / impact of immigration on the evolution of American culture / explores ethnic diversity implied by "melting pot" and the variety of subjects and styles that characterizes American art / Greenville collection focused on works related to the South / Artists discussed:

Jeremiah Theus

Charles Fraser

Luther Terry

James De Veaux

Robert S. Duncanson

Carl Hirschberg

John Adams Elder

Thomas S. Noble

George de Forest Brush

NC Wyeth

Abbo Ostrowsky

Charles Hawthorne

Thomas Hart Benton

William H. Johnson

Josef Albers

Romare Bearden


 

recovery matrix composite score: 4

status:

-- assigned to Shana Johannessen on 2/7/09
-- approved by copyright holder Feb 10, 2009 via email
-- article reprinted in Resource Library - Melting Pot: Art That Looks Like America; article by Martha R. Severens (3/4/09)
 
From: Martha Severens
Date: Feb 11, 2009 10:25am
Subject: Re: Severens articles
To: Shana Johannessen <sj..
I can confirm that you have permission from both the author and the institution and there is no need to contact any one else.
 
From: Martha Severens
Date: Tue Feb 10, 2009 11:08:26 AM US/Pacific
To: <info@t
Cc: <sj
Subject: Severens articles
I am pleased to give permission to the Resource Library to include the following articles on line. I was not compensated by American Art Review nor paid in any way. The Greenville County Museum of Art and I would be the copyright holders.
"Greenville County Museum of Art: The Southern Collection"  AAR Dec 1995/Jan 1996 
"Southern Scene"  AAR Jan/Feb 2001 
"Melting Pot: Art that Looks Like America" AAR Mar/Apr 2004 
"Waterworks: 150 Years of Watercolor"  AAR Sept/Oct 2004 
"What Modern Art Looked Like"  AAR Sept/Oct 2005 
"An American Celebration" AAR July/Aug 2006
--
Martha R. Severens
Curator
Greenville County Museum of Art
420 College Street
Greenville SC 29601
864-271-7570


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