[sixties-l] Graphic Witness: visual arts and social commentary

From: radman (resist@best.com)
Date: 12/07/00

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    Graphic Witness: visual arts and social commentary
    Graphic Witness is "a site dedicated to social commentary through
    graphic imagery by artists working from the turn of the 20th Century
    to the present, with related bibliographic/ biographic data." The
    site divides artists into those who have been actively creating work
    before 1950 or since -- each of these two areas of the site lists
    links to artists's work, sometimes on the Graphic Witness site and
    sometimes off-site. A separate set of pages titled Tusche, Tone and
    Stone explores the evolution of news story illustrations. The
    easy-to-use bibliography pages list applicable reference books --
    with anthologies listed by author and also a list of books arranged
    by artist. A set of links to related sites helps point users to
    resources of a political and social nature as well as to sites about
    graphic illustrations.

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