Nancy J. Mactague

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Faith Ringgold: American People

Will appeal to those interested in artistic inclusivity and artistic expression, especially through textile art.
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Artists of Wyeth Country: Howard Pyle, N. C. Wyeth, and Andrew Wyeth

This readable title will appeal to readers interested in the art of the Brandywine School or Revolutionary War history.
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Supernatural America: The Paranormal in American Art

Whether or not readers believe in the supernatural, they’ll be impressed by the erudition of these texts and the wide range of beautifully presented artworks.
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Fierce Poise: Helen Frankenthaler and 1950s New York

While some may disagree with the author’s assumption about audience appreciation of Frankenthaler’s oeuvre, this book will appeal to those interested in the developmental years of a 1950s artist, and her creative process.
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Gauguin: Portraits

Written in a straightforward style, this book is not only a fine complement to the exhibition for visitors, but also for art historians, art history students, and engaged general readers.
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The Gauguin Atlas

Both readable and well illustrated, this is for all who delight in biographies, whether art history buffs or general readers.
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The da Vinci Legacy: How an Elusive 16th-Century Artist Became a Global Pop Icon

If Legacy leaves readers wanting more, then Complete Paintings will supply it. Both will help students of studio art, art history, sociology, political science, and STEM, as well as professors and interested readers who wish to learn more about the Renaissance.
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The Word Is Art

Blending compelling narrative and gorgeous illustrations, this work will appeal to curators, studio art and art history practitioners, students, and interested general readers.
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Bestiary

Animal lovers, artists, poets, and term paper writers seeking inspiration will find enjoyment or their muse in this book.
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