Georgia Barnhill, Curator of Graphic Arts Emerita at the American Antiquarian Society, discusses the popular prints that were published during the Civil War and considers the ways they were used as decoration, education, commemoration, illustration, and propaganda. This talk took place on July 17, 2012, as part of The Visual Culture of the American Civil War, an NEH Summer Institute for College and University Teachers.
Holzer, Harold, Borritt, Gabor S., and Neely, Mark E. The Lincoln Image: Abraham Lincoln and the Popular Print. New York, 1984.
Neely, Mark E., and Holzer, Harold. The Union Image: Popular Prints of the Civil War North. Chapel Hill, 2000.
Holzer, Harold, Borritt, Gabor S., and Neely, Mark E. The Confederate Image: Prints of the Lost Cause. Chapel Hill, 1987.
Le Beau, Bryan F. Currier and Ives: America Imagined. Washington, D.C., 2001.
Marzio, Peter C. The Democratic Art: Pictures for a 19th-‐Century America: Chromolithography, 1840-1900. Fort Worth, 1979.
James E. and Joan Singer Schiele Print Collection, (Washington University)
The Mind of the North in Pictures: Currier and Ives’s Civil War, (Bryan F. Le Beau, Common-place, January 2009)
America on Stone: 19th Century American Lithographs: The Harry T. Peters Collection (Smithsonian Institution)
Lithography in the Nineteenth Century: Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History (Metropolitan Museum of Art)