University Press of America
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978-0-7618-2958-4 • Paperback • October 2004 • $45.99 • (£35.00)
Lorie A. Annarella is an Associate Professor in the Department of Teacher Education at Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Annarella holds an Ed.D. in Arts Education from the University of Pittsburgh.
Chapter 1 Acknowledgments
Chapter 2 Web Page Reference
Chapter 3 Why Study Industrial Art?
Chapter 4 Background of Industrial Painting
Chapter 5 Representation of Culture in the Paintings
Chapter 6 The Artist's Values in His Life and Work
Chapter 7 The Artist as Ethnographer
Chapter 8 Applying Arts in Education
Chapter 9 Bibliography
Chapter 10 About the Author
The theme of this book aptly depicts the manner in which industrial artist Howard L. Worner approached and executed his artwork throughout our lengthy business and personal relationship. Its writings complement well the Wean Collection of his paintings, which encompasses an extensive amount of industrial art, and is housed in The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio.
— John Wean, The Raymond John Wean Foundation