Texas Heritage, Volume 19, Number 1, Winter 2001 Page: 28
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A Cartographic History of Texas
& GRAPHIC ARTISTS
A biographical directory by John and
Deborah Powers is the most extensive
and comprehensive reference
book on artists who worked in Texas
before the modern era that began
"lwith World WaTr II. :;
From a multitude of sources, the
artists and constructed biographical
sketches, exhibition records, lists of
public collections, andbibliographical
references. In two appendices
important public and private art
schools, museums, *associations, "and
exibitoans othe peodd, ;llmiat0ing
particularly the regionalist
movement of the 19205 and 1930$.
Art and history buffis alike will find
the book useful.
Fig. 13 (Above) Mexico in
"Atlas of the Mexican
Conflict." Chicago: Rand
McNally & Company, 1914.
Fig. 14 (Left) Highway Map
and Guide of Texas, c1930.
HERITAGE * 28 * WINTER 2001
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