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Portraits of Industry: The Culture of Work in the Industrial Paintings of Howard L. Worner and Their Use in Arts Education

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The fourteen paintings reviewed in this study chronicle industrial artist Howard L. Worner's interpretation of the steel industry. By employing ethnographic techniques to his art, Worner contributed much to the understanding of the 'culture of work.' Worner identified closely with the occupational community he was painting by becoming an observer as well as a participant. ...more
Paperback, 104 pages
Published October 25th 2004 by University Press of America (first published January 28th 2004)
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