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Your search in the category "Fine and Decorative Arts" returned 778 results in 39 pages.

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Clarke, Wendy Mitman. “A Working Purpose.” Chesapeake Bay Magazine, 33 (May 2003): 72-75.

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Clawson, Frank P. "The Artist of 'Hidden Acres.'" Maryland Cracker Barrel, 18 (April 1989): 12-15; 18 (May 1989): 13, 16 [Lucille Beers].

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Cleveland, William. “Trials and Triumphs: arts-based community development.” Public Art Review, 13 (Fall/Winter 2001): 17-23.

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Cockey, Carolyn Davis. "The Art of Finishing." Maryland, 28 (May/June 1996): 43-45.

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Cockey, Carolyn Davis. "Waterfowl Carving Champions." Maryland, 28 (April 1996): 14-15.

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Cofield, Sara Rivers. “A Preliminary Study of 17th- and 18th-Century Leather Ornaments from Maryland.” Maryland Archeology, 44 (September 2008): 12-27.

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Cohen, Maxine. "The Front Street Theater Fire of 1895." Generations (Fall 1993): 9-16, 27.

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Coleman, Kate. “Unchained Artistry.” Maryland Life, 4 (July/August 2008): 88-90.

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Colwill, Stiles Tuttle and Walker, Cooper. The Lives and Paintings of Alfred Partridge Klots and His Son Trafford Partridge Kots: A Retrospective Exhibition March 23, 1979-June 30, 1979 Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1979.

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Colwill, Stiles Tuttle. "Town & Country: The Smaller, Greeneer Baltimore of Francis Guy." American Heritage, 32 (February/March 1981): 18-27.

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Colwill, Stiles Tuttle. Francis Guy 1760-1820: Published in Conjunction With the Exhibition Francis Guy and His Contemporaries Views from Maryland 1790-1830 April 10 to August 15, 1981. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1981.

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Commito, Angela. “Carved in Wood: The Legacy of Frank Feather.” Catoctin History, 6 (Fall/Winter 2005): 34-37.

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Cone, Edward T. "The Miss Etta Cones, the Steins, and M'sieu Matisse. A Memoir." American Scholar 42 (1973): 441-460.
Annotations / Notes: The Cone sisters, Etta and Claribel, were responsible for assembling the unsurpassed Cone Collection of works by Matisse and other modern artists at the Baltimore Museum of Art. Patrons of modern art before it was fashionable, the Cones were closely associated with their friend from her Baltimore days, Gertrude Stein. Art lovers will find the story of their collecting to be an important background for the enjoyment of the collection.

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Cooke, Gretchen M. “On the Trail of Alfred Jacob Miller.” Maryland Historical Magazine, 97 (Fall 2002): 320-36.

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Corbeilier, Clare Le. "China Trade Armorial Porcelain in America." Antiques, 112 (December 1977): 1124-29.

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Cordts, Jeanne M. "A Story of Blue and White China." Journal of the Alleghenies, 37 (2001): 63-65 and plates G-L.

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Corrin, Lisa G., ed. Mining the Museum: An Installation by Fred Wilson. Baltimore: The Contemporary in Cooperation with the New Press, New York, 1994.
Annotations / Notes: This publication documents the landmark Maryland Historical Society and Contemporary exhibit. Included is an interview with the artist and with the docents who worked the exhibit, along with visitor surveys and object checklists.

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Cosentino, Andrew J. "Charles Bird King: An Appreciation." American Art Journal, 6 (May 1974): 54-71.

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Cowing, Sheila. "Off Balance, In Touch." American Artist, 63 (December 1999): 32-37.