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Women S Work

Author : Pamela A. Parmal
ISBN : 0878467785
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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Tells the stories of six women and how needlework shaped their lives in the colonies' most important port city.
Category: Antiques & Collectibles

American Colonial Women And Their Art

Author : Mary Ellen Snodgrass
ISBN : 9781442270978
Genre : Art
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Less celebrated than their male counterparts, women have been vital contributors to the arts. Works by women of the colonial era represent treasured accomplishments of American culture and still impress us today, centuries after their creation. The breadth of creative expression is as impressive as the women themselves. In American Colonial Women and Their Art: A Chronological Encyclopedia, Mary Ellen Snodgrass follows the history of creative expression from the early 1600s to the late 1700s. Drawing upon primary sources—such as letters, diaries, travel notes, and journals—this timeline encompasses a wide variety of artistic accomplishment, such as: Stitchery, quilting, and rug hooking Painting, sculpture, and sketches Essays, poems, and other writings Dance, acting, and oratory Musical composition and performance Individual talents highlighted in this volume include miniature portraits by Mary Roberts, pastel likenesses by Henrietta Dering Johnston, stagecraft by Elizabeth Sampson Sullivan Ashbridge, basketry by Namumpum Weetamoo, dance by Mary Stagg, metalwork by blacksmith Elizabeth Hager Pratt, calligraphy by Anna “Anastasia” Thomas Wüster, city planning by Deborah Dunch Moody, poems and essays by Phillis Wheatley, and fabric design by Anne Pogue McGinty. Featuring appendices that list individuals by skill and by state—as well as a glossary that clarifies the parameters of genres—this volume is essential to the study of Colonial women’s art. Resurrecting the efforts of women to record, adorn, and illustrate the spirit of their times, American Colonial Women and Their Art is a valuable resource that will be of interest to students and scholars of gender and women’s studies, art history, and American history.
Category: Art

American Paintings At Harvard

Author : Theodore E.. Stebbins
ISBN : 9780300153521
Genre : ART
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This volume features nearly 500 paintings, watercolors, pastels, and miniatures from Harvard University’s storied, yet little-known, collection of American art. These works, many unpublished, are drawn from the Harvard Art Museums, the University Portrait Collection, the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, and other entities, and date from the early colonial years to the mid-19th century. Highlights include a rare group of 17th-century portraits, along with important paintings by Robert Feke, John Singleton Copley, Charles Willson Peale, Gilbert Stuart, and Washington Allston, in addition to works depicting western and Native American subjects by Alexandre de Batz, Henry Inman, and Alfred Jacob Miller, among others. Each work is accompanied by scholarly commentary that draws on extensive new research, as well as a complete exhibition and reference history. An introduction by Theodore E. Stebbins Jr. describes the history of the collection. Lavishly illustrated in color, this compendium is a testament to the nation’s oldest collection of American art, and an essential resource for scholars and collectors alike.
Category: ART

Inequality In Early America

Author : Carla Gardina Pestana
ISBN : 9780874519273
Genre : History
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An all-star roster of historians reassesses inequality in early America.
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Stitching The World Embroidered Maps And Women S Geographical Education

Author : Professor Judith A Tyner
ISBN : 9781409426356
Genre : Social Science
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The period from the late eighteenth century until about 1840 coincided with major changes in educational theories and practices, especially for girls, and this book uses needlework maps and globes to chart a broader discussion of women's geographic education. In this light, map samplers and embroidered globes represent a transition in women's education from 'accomplishments' in the eighteenth century to challenging geographic education and conventional map drawing in schools and academies of the second half of the nineteenth century.
Category: Social Science

Colonial Americans At Work

Author : Herbert A. Applebaum
ISBN : 0761804315
Genre : History
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Colonial Americans at Work is a study of the work and occupations of the inhabitants of British North America from the time of the founding of the colonies in Virginia and Massachusetts up to the Revolutionary War. The book examines the work ethics of various groups, classes, and genders, as well as the social and economic environments in which they carried on their work. The book is broad in scope, dealing with farmers, artisans, laborers, wage-workers, women, Indians, indentured servants, seamen, merchants, professionals and traders.
Category: History

Textile And Fashion Arts

Author : Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
ISBN : UOM:39015066813505
Genre : Design
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Textile and Fashion Arts~ISBN 0-87846-699-1 U.S. $19.95 / Paperback, 7 x 9 in. / 224 pgs / 130 color. ~Item / July / Decorative Arts
Category: Design

Women S Issues A Fir

Author : Margaret McFadden
ISBN : UVA:X004105861
Genre : Women
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Early American Decorative Arts 1620 1860

Author : Rosemary Troy Krill
ISBN : STANFORD:36105215379277
Genre : Travel
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Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library is world renowned for its decorative arts collection. An indispensable guide for curators, educators, interpreters, and students of decorative arts, this revised and enhanced edition includes a color CD of the impressive black and white photographs of the Winterthur collections that illustrate the book.
Category: Travel