Belonging: Georgia and Region in the National Fabric: The 9th Henry D. Green Symposium of the Decorative Arts

Belonging: Georgia and Region in the National Fabric: The 9th Henry D. Green Symposium of the Decorative Arts
This volume includes the following papers delivered at the 9th Henry D. Green Symposium of the Decorative Arts, held February 1-3, 2018: “Following the Ten Commandments: The Tablet Samplers of Sarah Jones and Mary Smallwood,” by Jenny Garwood; “‘great and extended Traffique and commerce’: Philadelphia’s Southern Trade in Pursuit of Porcelain,” by Alexandra Kirtley; “A Pennsylvanian in Georgia and the South, 1834–1846: J. H. Mifflin—Artist, Daguerreotypist, Poet, and Entrepreneur,” by E. Lee Eltzroth; “Nathan Negus: Itinerant in Georgia, 1820–1821,” by Laquita Thomson; “The American Longrifle: An Unlikely Canvas,” by Mel Stewart Hankla; “250 Years: History, Context and Restoration of the Floyd Family Arm Chair,” by Fred and Beth Mercier, “Insights from the Conservation and Reproduction of the Floyd Family Arm Chair,” by Martin O’Brien; “The Floyd Chair Style Context: Continental Spindle Chairs in the American South,” by Dale L. Couch; “From Civil War Savannah to Jazz Age Paris: The Discovery and Return of the Green Family Furnishings,” by Susan Arden-Joly and “Coastal Connections: Savannah and New York in the 19th Century,” by Tania June Sammons as well as a foreword by museum director William Underwood Eiland, acknowledgments by Dale L. Couch and a focus on a recent acquisition by Joseph Litts. Full-color illustrations throughout.

Publishing Date: January 2020

149 pages (softcover)

Stock number:

0387647

Price:

$25.00