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Popular Art

Aesthetics of Popular Art

Popular or high art?

Popular culture and American art

Listening to many voices: Athenian tragedy as popular art*

Apollinaire on the Edge: Modern Art, Popular Culture, and the Avant-Garde

The art of popular lecturing on scientific subjects:The Royal Institution, 1954–66

Beyond Rosie the Riveter: Women of World War II in American Popular Graphic Art

Donna B. Knaff. Beyond Rosie the Riveter: Women of World War II in American Popular Graphic Art.

Popular Piety and Art in the Late Middle Ages: Image Worship and Idolatry in England, 1350–1500

“Art” by Animals, Part 2: When the Artist Is an Ape—Popular and Scientific Discourse and Paintings by Primates

Bohn, Willard. Apollinaire on the Edge: Modern Art, Popular Culture, and the Avant-Garde. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2010. 143 pp. ISBN 9789042031081. £26.00

Rendering the Sense More Conspicuous: Grammatical and Rhetorical Principles of Vocal Phrasing in Art and Popular/Jazz Music

Wendy Jean Katz, editor. The Trans-Mississippi and International Expositions of 1898–1899: Art, Anthropology, and Popular Culture at the Fin de Siècle.

Icons of American Protestantism: The Art of Warner Sallman. Ed. by David Morgan New Haven and Material Christianity: Religion and Popular Culture in America. By Colleen McDannell New Haven

Kathleen Kamerick. Popular Piety and Art in the Late Middle Ages: Image Worship and Idolatry in England 1350–1500. (New Middle Ages.) New York: Palgrave. 2002. Pp. 292

Jeffrey Weiss. The Popular Culture of Modern Art-Picasso, Duchamp, and Avant-Gardism. New Haven: Yale University Press. 1994. Pp. xix, 331. $45.00

Causes Won, Lost, and Forgotten: How Hollywood and Popular Art Shape What We Know about the Civil War. By Gary W. Gallagher. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2008. 274 pp. $28.00, ISBN 978-0-8078-3206-6.)

The Art of Democracy: A Concise History of Popular Culture in the United States. By Jim Cullen. (Newark: Monthly Review Press, 1996. 320 pp. Cloth, $36.00, ISBN 0-85345-919-3. Paper, $18.00, ISBN 0-85345-920-7.)

 

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Conventional term applied to art and artifacts of low inherent value (by material and/or technique) made, assumedly, for the lower echelons of society. Bronze, glass, lead, bone, and terra cotta ...

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).


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