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Marling, Karal Ann

MARLING, Karal Ann

MARLING, Karal Ann. American, b. 1943. Genres: Art/Art history, History. Career: University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, professor of art history and American studies, 1977-. Publications: Federal Art in Cleveland, 1933-1943, 1974; Wall-to-Wall America, 1982; The Colossus of Roads, 1984; Tom Benton and His Drawings, 1985; Frederic C. Knight (1898-1979), 1987; George Washington Slept Here: Colonial Revivals and American Culture, 1876-1986, 1988; Looking Back: A Perspective on the 1913 Inaugural Exhibition, Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester (Rochester, NY), 1988; Blue Ribbon: A Social and Pictorial History of the Minnesota State Fair, 1990; (with J. Wetenhall) Iwo Jima: Monuments, Memories, and the American Hero, 1991; Edward Hopper, 1992; (ed. with J.H. Foy) The Arts and the American Home, 1890-1930, 1994; As Seen on TV: The Visual Culture of Everyday Life in the 1950s, 1994; Going Home with Elvis, 1995; The Architecture of Reassurance: Building the Disney Theme Parks, 1997; Norman Rockwell, 1997; Merry Christmas! Celebrating America's Greatest Holiday, 2000; Looking North, 2003; Debutante, 2004; Old Glory, 2004. Address: 1920 S 1st St Ste 1301, Minneapolis, MN 55454, U.S.A.

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