American art directory

DEFINITION

A yearly publication dating to 1898 and continuing into the 21st century, it was originally titled "American Art Annual" and was the work of New York artist, Florence Nightingale Levy. In 1913, the Directory became the official publication of the American Federation of Arts with which Levy was associated. Later the publication became independent of the AFA. In 1952, it split into two separate publications: "American Art Directory", a location indicator and information description of US art entities such as schools, museums and art centers. The other publication is "Who's Who in American Art", is yearly and is a listing of biographical information of professional persons in American art. Source: Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Art_Directory

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