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Your search in the category "Fine and Decorative Arts" returned 804 results in 41 pages.

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Arenz, Peggy. “M. Joyce Zeigler.” American Artist, 67 (January 2003): 59.

Arenz, Peggy. “M. Joyce Zeigler.” American Artist, 67 (January 2003): 59.

Arenz, Peggy. “Martha Hudson.” American Artist, 67 (January 2003): 61.

Arenz, Peggy. “Roberta Seger.” American Artist, 67 (January 2003): 58.

Artes, Dorothy Beecher. "Silver Linings Along the Chesapeake." Chesapeake Bay Magazine, 7 (November 1977): 24-26.

Asante, Monifa Love. “Three Women of Baltimore Bearing the Weight of Creation.” International Review of African American Art, 23 (no. 4, 2011): 16-25.

Ashcraft, Mary Ann. “‘Sacred to the Memory’: The Stonecarving of Sebastian Hammond.” Catoctin History, 2 (Spring 2003): 20-27.

Ashcraft, Mary Ann. “Carving a Path to Freedom: The Life and Work of African American Stonecarver Sebastian ‘Boss’ Hammond.” Markers, 21 (2004): 12-39.

“Home is Where the Art Is.” Medland, Mary. Maryland Life, 4 (January/February 2008): 104-6, 108.

Bachmann, Elaine Rice. “Charles Willson Peale: ‘Founding Father’ of the State’s Art Collection.” MdHS News, (Spring/Summer 2010): 10.

Bachmann, Elaine Rice. “Charles Willson Peale’s Portrait of George Washington for the Maryland State House: ‘Something Better than a mere Coppy’.” Antiques, 171 (February 2007): 66-71.

Badger, Curtis. "From Baseball to Basswood." Chesapeake Bay Magazine, 20 (October 1990): 56-59.
Annotations / Notes: bird carver Jim Sprankle

Baker, Mary Lou. “Decoys Ahoy!” Maryland Life, 4 (May/June 2008): 116-18.

Baltimore Museum of Art. :Annual I The Museum: Its First Half Century. Baltimore: The Baltimore Museum of Art, 1966.
Annotations / Notes: A history of the first fifty years of the BMA, from its start as a City-Wide Congress Committee on Founding an Art Museum (1911), to its temporary home in Mount Vernon, to the construction of its permanent home in Wyman Park. A major thesis is that a very modern thinking museum became a great success in a city known for being conservative. Nicely illustrated with works from the collection and photographs of museum activities.

Barquist, David L. “A Tankard by Myer Myers.” Antiques, 175 (January 2008): 152-55.

Bartlett, Lee. "John Shaw, Cabinetmaker of Annapolis." Antiques, 111 (February 1977): 362-77.

Bartlett, Lula M. and William V. Elder, III. John Shaw, Cabinetmaker of Annapolis. Baltmore: Baltimore Museum of Art, 1983.

Bartman, Elizabeth. “The New Galleries of Ancient Art at the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore.” American Journal of Archaeology, 108 (January 2004): 79-86.

Batson, Whaley. "Charles Peale Polk: Gold Profiels on Glass." Journal of Early Southern Decorative Arts, 3 (November 1977): 51-57.

Baty, Catherine. “The Web of History.” Catoctin History, 5 (Spring/Summer 2005): 29- 32.