Radical Painter of the American Scene
Five essays place Joe Jones in social and art-historical context, exploring his significance in the St. Louis art world, the centrality of race and social justice to his life and work, the Dust Bowl, the Ste. Genevieve art colony, and Jones's years in New York.
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"This comprehensive exhibition catalog brings Jones's prolific career to the attention of current scholarship thereby acknowledging his stature within the American art scene of the twentieth-century. Expertly published, this work is recommended for the academic or museum library with an in interest in American art."—Kasia Leousis, Arlis, December 2011
"A coffee table art book that tells the story of a man through his art work, and makes for a solid and vital addition to art collections."—Midwest Book Review
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