Texas Heritage, Volume 18, Number 3, Summer 2000 Page: 33
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Ann Griffith Ash, San Antonio; Ira Lee
Allen, Dallas; Claude Ballard, Dripping
Springs; The Barber Foundation, Abilene;
David & Betty Bellamy, Houston; Lavinia
B. Bircher, Galveston; Bob Burleson,
Temple; John P. Butler, Midland; Becky
& Chris Butschek, Austin; Mrs. Craig
Callewart, Dallas; John C. Carey, Austin
Bob Cherry, Denison; Collin Street Bakery,
Corsicana; Dan & Andrea Cook, Katy;
Debra DePena, Spring; Robert L. Dillard
Jr., Dallas; Joe & Lanna Duncan, Fort
Davis; Beth W. Faulkner, Tyler; Elizabeth
G. Finch, Houston; Clare Attwell Glassell,
Houston; Helen K. Groves, Baird; Betty K.
Harris, Dallas; Al & Diane Herter, Fort
Worth; Margaret R. Hinton, Mount Pleasant;
Joseph M. Hughes, East Amherst, New
York; Roy A. Johlke, Tomball; Helen E
Kalmes, Universal City; Dr. Harold O.
Marshall, Dallas; Joe K. McGill, Seminole;
Bill Messer, Austin; Laurie & Julia
Moseley, Springtown; Ruth Peebles,
Livingston; Mr. & Mrs. Trevor Rees-Jones,
Dallas; Carolyn S. Richardson, Vega; Dr.
& Mrs. Lou Rodenberger, Baird; Carolyn
Cole Rogers, Dallas; Carolyn Roth,
Kingwood; Suzann Ruff, Dallas; R. P.
Scripps, Fredericksburg; Marjori G. Sharp,
Dallas; Jean S. Snodgrass, Dallas; Jon St.
Clair, Austin; Daniel & Betty Stahly,
Austin; Jack E. Stalsby, San Antonio; Dr.
Verie A. Stembridge, Dallas; Bess Lauderdale
Stout, Houston; Henry Tippie, Austin;
Jim & Belinda Weatherly, Houston; Dr.
Gary W. Williamson, Austin; Isabel Wilson,
Houston; Rosine M. Wilson, Beaumont;
Lawrence A. Wilson, Dallas; Fausto
Yturria Jr., Brownsville
Mattie Tynan, Kerrville; Frank & Susan
Bash, Austin; Helen Anthony, Dallas;
Elizabeth H. Ballard, Austin; David & Barbara
Burns, Bedford; Mr. & Mrs. John
Cronk, Katy; Michael Davis, Austin; Barbara
DeWitt, Houston; Ed Eakin, Austin;
Thomas Greider, Bellaire; Ann HeardSakhaee,
Dallas; Jacqueline Herold,
Bronte; James Lee Hixon, Frankfort; Elva
& Dr. Royce Keilers, La Grange; Joan N.
Kelleher San Antonio; Dr. Mavis P. Kelsey,
Houston; Philip Kendall, Brownsville;
Mary Hobart Key, Austin; King William
Association, San Antonio; Layland Museum,
Cleburne; William C. Lipscomb,
Houston; Bette Noble,Victoria;
Lawerence Oakes, Austin; Richard B.
Saxe, Midland; Smith County Historical
Society, Tyler; Dr. & Mrs. Sellers Thomas
Jr., Houston; Zula W. Vizard, San Antonio;
W. B. Woodruff, Jr., Decatur; W. L.
Hughes Jr., Arlington; Tom E Shelton,
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PAINTERS, SCULPTORS &
A biographical dictionary 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 with
World War II.
From a multitude of sources, the authors have identified some
3,800 artists and constructed biographical sketches, exhibition
records, lists of public collections, and bibliographical references.
In two appendices, the authors describe the more important public
and private art schools, museums, associations, and exhibitions
of the period, illuminating particularly the regionalist
movement of the 1920s and 1930s. Art and history buffs alike
will find the book useful.
Now available, this reference book comprises approximately
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HERITAGE * 33 * SUMMER 2000
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