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Folk and Folks: Variations on the Vernacular: The 8th Henry D. Green Symposium of the Decorative Arts

This volume includes the following papers delivered at the 8th Henry D. Green Symposium of the Decorative Arts, held Feb. 1–3, 2016: "The Story of Southern, in Pictures," by Robert M. Hicklin Jr.; "The Illusive Miss Cox: A Search for the Identity of a Clarke County Portrait," by Laura Pass Barry; "Woman in a Man’s World: Louise DuBose and the Battleship Georgia Silver," by Deborah Prosser; "Starrs and Stripes: Georgia Silver and Southern Filibusters," by Caroline G. Rainey; "John Abbot: Early Georgia’s Naturalist Artist," by Beth Fowkes Tobin; "'Received . . . in a Most Friendly Manner': Moravians in Georgia," by Johanna Metzgar Brown; "Mary Jane Smithey’s Memorial Embroidery," by Kathleen Staples; "The Creolized Kitchen: Interpreting the Life of a Catawba Indian-Made Pan from Urban Charleston, 1800–1830," by Kelly Sharp; "A Masked Tradition: British Porcelain and Georgia Folk Pottery," by Joseph D. Litts; "Wedding Jug or Flower Vase: A Stoneware Vessel Explored," by Suzanne Findlen Hood; "Religion, Land, and Cultural Tradition: Johannes Spitler of the Shenandoah Valley, 1790–1809," by Elizabeth A. Davison; "'The Tree of Life, My Soul Hath Seen”: Painted Dower Chests in Walton County, Georgia," by Sumpter Priddy III; "Under Continental Influences: Current Research into the Long-Block Group of Georgia Furniture," by Dale L. Couch and Joseph D. Litts; as well as a foreword by museum director William Underwood Eiland and acknowledgments and a focus on a recent acqusition by Dale L. Couch, curator, Henry D. Green Center for the Study of the Decorative Arts. Full-color illustrations throughout.

Editor: Dale L. Couch
Softcover; 216 pp.; $30
ISBN: 978-0-946657-05-3
Published: February 2018