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by Corine Wegener,Christopher Monkhouse,Karal Ann Marling

eBook Wind  Whimsy: Weathervanes and Whirligigs from Twin Cities Collections download ISBN: 0912964979
Author: Corine Wegener,Christopher Monkhouse,Karal Ann Marling
Publisher: Minneapolis Institute of Arts (2007)
Language: English
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Throughout history, weathervanes have been used to predict changes in the weather based on the direction of the wind. Early American colonists continued the European tradition by placing handmade vanes on rooftops of churches, public meetinghouses, and barns

Throughout history, weathervanes have been used to predict changes in the weather based on the direction of the wind. Early American colonists continued the European tradition by placing handmade vanes on rooftops of churches, public meetinghouses, and barns. During the apex of weathervane popularity in nineteenth-century America, craftsmen and small cottage-industry manufacturers met the demand by vying with one another to produce an abundant variety of appealing sculptural forms.

With Corine Wegener and Christopher Monkhouse) Wind & Whimsy: Weathervanes and Whirlygigs from Twin Cities Collections, Minneapolis Institute of Arts (Minneapolis, MN), 2007. Minnesota, Hail to Thee! A Sesquicentennial History, Afton Historical Society Press (Afton, MN), 2008.

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weathervanes and whirligigs from Twin Cities collections. by Karal Ann Marling. Published in conjunction with the exhibition "Wind and Whimsy: Weathervanes and Whirligigs from Twin Cities Collections," Nov. 17, 2007-Apr. Published 2007 by Minneapolis Institute of Arts in Minneapolis, MN. Written in English. 13, 2008, held at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, Minn.

ind & Whimsy Weathervanes And Whirligigs From Twin Cities Collections. The graceful wrought iron Archangel Gabriel weathervane from 1857 sets "the standard for showing folk art in a fine art context,†says Christopher Monkhouse

ind & Whimsy Weathervanes And Whirligigs From Twin Cities Collections. The graceful wrought iron Archangel Gabriel weathervane from 1857 sets "the standard for showing folk art in a fine art context,†says Christopher Monkhouse. Originally mounted on the Winslow House, a "frontier†hotel in Minnesota, it attracted "curious onlookers from miles around eager to see a gold plated work of ar. †Collection of the Hennepin History Museum. Molded Copper Red-painted Cow Weathervane Sale Number 2640B, Lot Number 20 Skinner Auctioneers.

Wind & whimsy : weathervanes and whirligigs from Twin Cities collections by Marling, Karal Ann DDC/LCC. Wind & whimsy : the art and science of collecting antique weathervanes by Wegener, Corine A. LCC. 2007. Displaying 1 to 4 of . .OCLC is a non-profit library cooperative, made up of thousands of member libraries throughout the world.

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