Books

  • This small but beautifully illustrated softbound book is a short history of John James Audubon.

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    $13.95
  • This color illustrated softbound book tells the history of the Jule Collins Smith Museum's 36 piece Advancing American Art Collection.

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    $21.95
  • The catalogue for Art Interrupted includes a forward from the three directors of the museums that collaborated to achieve this long awaited curatorial endeavor, as well as essays by Dennis Harper (of the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art), Mark White (Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art) and Paul Manoguerra (Georgia Museum of Art).

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    $65.00
  • Audubon’s Last Wilderness Journey, The Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America is currently available. The book features essays and 150 full-color, high quality reproductions of lithographs from JCSM’s Louise Hauss and David Brent Miller Audubon Collection.

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    $59.95
  • Albert J. Smith, Jr. grew up in Montgomery, AL. A Navy veteran, he graduated from Alabama Polytechnic Institute (now Auburn University) in 1947 in mechanical engineering. While at API he met and later married the love of his life; for their 50th wedding anniversary he donated the lead gift to build AU's art museum, Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, in her name. Mr. Smith writes of his and his family's struggles which run the gamut from arson as political revenge to boll weevil infestation.

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    $40.00
  • Janet Nolan:The Art of Redemption was published with the support from the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, Auburn University, Alabama on the occasion of the exhibition, Please Play Again: The Art of Janet Nolan.

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    $25.00
  • This beautiful hard-bound book contains full-color plates of actual sized reproductions of Philip Gosse's original watercolors.

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    $29.95
  • Broadsides bring together poetry, design, and printmaking. Letterpress printed by Auburn University’s Graphic Design Department, eight poems presented at the Third Thursday Poetry Series. The broadsides measure eight-inches wide by 13-inches high. Quantities are limited. Pickup available at poetry readings & at Museum Shop.

    Price:

    $70.00

    Sale:

    $50.00

  • Broadsides bring together poetry, design, and printmaking. Letterpress printed by Auburn University’s Graphic Design Department, these represent eight poems presented at the Third Thursday Poetry Series. The broadsides measure 9 X 12 inches, making them easily fit in standard frames. Quantities are limited. Pickup available at poetry readings & Museum Shop.

    Price:

    $70.00

    Sale:

    $50.00

  • The Preachers Eat Out Camille Dungy October 18, 2018 Poetry Broadsides are Letterpress printed by Auburn University’s Graphic Design Department. The broadside measures 8.5-inches wide by 12-inches high. Presented at the Third Thursday Poetry Series Fall 2018-Spring 2019. Signed by author. Poem broadside only, envelope not included.

    Price:

    $10.00