Item description for Icons of American Protestantism: The Art of Warner Sallman by David Morgan...
American Protestants draw on a vast body of religious icons to disseminate confessional views, to teach, and to celebrate various family occasions. This work focuses on the production, marketing, and reception of one such set of religious illustrations, the art of Warner Sallman (1892-1968).
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Studio: Yale University Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.55" Width: 6.44" Height: 1" Weight: 1.59 lbs.
Release Date Mar 27, 1996
Publisher Yale University Press
ISBN 0300063423 ISBN13 9780300063424
Availability 0 units.
More About David Morgan
Jon Giswold is a certified group exercise instructor and personal trainer who teaches in New York's most prominent fitness centers, including the Reebok Sports Club/NY. He has been featured in five fitness videotapes and in many national and international and magazines. David Morgan has been a commercial photographer in New York City since 1975. His popular fine-art photography celebrating the male figure has made him famous and his images for the 2(x)ist underwear ad campaign were enormously successful. David's photographs can be seen on calendars, greeting cards, CDs and posters, and in his upcoming book "Beach" (St. Martin's Press).
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All you wanted to know about Sallman, but were afraid to ask Apr 28, 1998
Most children of Protestant families, like myself, are probably familiar with Warner Sallman's "Head of Christ" and have seen it many times. However, Morgan and his fellow authors give us a reason to actually look at Sallman's work. They debunk the myth that Protestant privelage of the word has brought forth no visual culture and that popular visual piety has no place in scholarship. The writings in this book give the reader a clearer picture of Protestant immigrant visual piety and a man named Warner Sallman, who created a Jesus Christ Superstar for a conservative Christian movie era audience.