Guide to Photographic Collections at the Smithsonian Institution.
Volume III.

Text by Diane Vogt O'Connor.
Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C., 1992. 336 pp., 100 black-and-white illustrations,, 8½x11".

This compendium describes the Smithsonian's collections of African, American, Asian, and European arts, cultures, and landscapes. Three and one-half million photographs from the institution's seven art museums illustrate a vast array of material culture. Images created for advertising, fashion, fine art, journalism, and propaganda depict architecture, ceramics, furniture, gardens, graphic prints, household objects, jewelry, machines, masks, paintings, photographs, sculptures, textiles, tools, and weapons. This third volume of the Smithsonian guides to its photographic collections is an invaluable tool for researchers in art history, anthropology, and regional and cultural studies.

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