|Author:||Country Living Magazine|
|Title:||Living With Folk Art|
|Format:||rtf docx txt azw|
|ePUB size:||1633 kb|
|FB2 size:||1303 kb|
|DJVU size:||1933 kb|
|Category:||History and Criticism|
|Publisher:||Hearst Books; Reprint edition (August 1, 2000)|
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A July 1997, Issue of COUNTRY FOLK ART MAGAZINE, In Good or Better Condition (SEE ALL PHOTOS). Weighs about 11 oz. I will answer to the best of my ability. Country Folk Art Magazine 1995 Valentine Gifts Clint Eastwood's Mission Ranch. Magazine: Country Living. Condition: The magazine is in very good condition.
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by Country Living Magazine. Patchwork quilts, woven coverlets, hooked rugs, painted furniture, carved decoys-these are among the most popular styles of folk art. If you’ve fallen in love with their old-fashioned charm, find out how to show them off effectively. Here are great display ideas for entryways, halls, living rooms, dining rooms, and kitchens-along with tips for mounting textiles and protecting baskets, china, and utensils.
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Country Living magazine's unique take on the enormously popular subject of folk art makes this full-color book as distinctive as the one-of-a-kind pieces showcased within ~ PAUL PAGE. 2001, BOOK, US. Full of extraordinary collections displayed throughout the home, this book is a tribute to the spirit of American folk art. Presents folk art of all kinds, including weather vanes, baskets, quilts and more.
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Living as they do in a farmhouse in rural Virginia, surrounded by antiques and collected folk art, Esther and Franklin Schmidt are drawn to the rustic. Primitive, imperfect, sensual, historic is how they refer to the artifacts of households past. These are honest and unpretentious objects, made by untrained artisans, mostly for utilitarian purposes. The Schmidts are a well-traveled writing and photography team of two. Their most recent book is Passion for Primitives (Schiffer, 2011), a photo-driven look at displaying objects of folk art and using them in interior design. As they spoke to homeowners, collectors, and dealers, they asked them to describe the difference between country and primitive.