American Folk Art Museum
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The American Folk Art Museum is an art museum in the Upper West Side of Manhattan, at 2, Lincoln Square, Columbus Avenue at 66th Street. It is the premier institution devoted to the aesthetic appreciation of folk art and creative expressions of contemporary self-taught artists from the United States and abroad.
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Volume 23: Folk Art by Carol Crown, Cheryl Rivers, Charles Reagan Wilson
WARREN American Folk Art Museum Barbara Brackman, Clues in the Calico: A Guide to Identifying and Dating Antique Quilts (1989); Merikay Waldvogel, Soft Covers for Hard Times: Quiltmaking and the Great Depression ...
Second Edition by Kenneth T. Jackson, Lisa Keller, Nancy Flood
Gerard Koeppel American Folk Art Museum. Museum originally chartered as the Museum of Early American Folk Arts in 1961. Its founders believed that folk art should be studied not only as historical and ethnographical artifacts, but as serious ...
by Linda S. Watts
American Folk Art Museum See art, folk; crafts, folk. American Folklife Center As established in 1976 by United States Public Law 94-201, the American Folklife Center has the charge of documenting, preserving, and presenting American ...
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