St. James Guide to Black Artists, Thomas Riggs & Company, Best Reference Source 1997

Posted by Admin / October 19th, 2012

St. James Guide to Black Artists, St. James Press, 1997, produced by Thomas Riggs & Company

Best Reference Source 1997, Library Journal

Extract:

“As the mother of our emotions, art integrates itself into our behavior, when we learn through the senses–how to see, touch, and listen. Only then can art be applied to life when judging one another. The closed eyes of my subjects represent a mirror in which to judge oneself. It facilitates the identification with another’s life and makes the heart all that it is capable of feeling.”

Artist Ernie Barnes

Review:

“An essential purchase for all public and academic libraries.”

Library Journal, 1998

Based in Missoula, Montana, Thomas Riggs & Company has been a book developer since 1995. It focuses on publishing projects in the humanities, including literary criticism, study guides, encyclopedias, and biographies of writers. As a book developer, Thomas Riggs & Company has worked with such publishers as Gale (Cengage Learning), Chadwyck-Healey (ProQuest), and McGraw-Hill.

 

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