Art and Popular Religion in Evangelical America, 1915-1940
1989 · Knoxville, TN
by Gambone, Robert L.
Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press, 1989. Hardcover. New. Pink cloth. xviii, 278 pp. 16 color, 80 bw plates. Explores the role of religion, especially the rise of fundamentalism, in the work of American regionalist artists between the world wars. Includes a list of illustrations, 26 pages of notes, a 7-page bibliography, and an index. (Inventory #: 8475)