This book accompanied the traveling exhibit, Landscape of Slavery—The Plantation in American Art. A collection of landscape images from the eighteenth century through the present are included in this art catalog. There are seventy-seven color plates, sixteen black-and-white illustrations, and seven thematic essays contained in this book. The wide range of objects discussed includes paintings, drawings, photographs, statuary, ceramics and folk art items.
This softcover book is used but in good condition. There is a light fold at the top right hand corner of the cover and following pages. The back cover has a small crease and light fold at the top corner. The book is clean and the interior is unmarked.
This book contains 166 pages including several black-and-white and color illustrations, essays and an index.
Title: Landscape of Slavery—The Plantation in American Art
Publisher: University of South Carolina Press
Place: Columbia, S.C.
Date of Publication: 2008
Number of Pages: 166
Dimensions: 9.5 x 10.75 inches