Constance Flavell Pratt's courtroom drawings
- See blind justice. Chun, Rene // Esquire;Jun98, Vol. 129 Issue 6, p34
Presents information on the Courtroom Concept art gallery, which features courtroom sketches. Reference to a number of sketches; Price of the sketches; Identification of various problems associated with art; Indication that signed and numbered lithographs are also available at the gallery; What...
- Art of O.J. // New York;4/17/95, Vol. 28 Issue 16, p31
Presents the statement of a Museum of Television & Radio's spokeswoman on the reasons for the museum's staging of an exhibition of courtroom sketch art in California. Decline in the number of trial sketches due to the use of electronic coverage equipment.
- Lens cap stays for now. Albiniak, Paige // Broadcasting & Cable;09/11/2000, Vol. 130 Issue 38, p32
Focuses on the legislation allowing coverage of federal court proceedings in the United States. Doubts on the passage of the bill into a law; Reasons of Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch for opposing the bill; Sponsors of the bill.
- Courtroom drama in full color. Chestnut, Veronica // Color Publishing;Nov/Dec96, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p30
Focuses on Legal Reprographics' offering of services for the courtroom graphics community. Employment of a full-time quality control team; Three types of wide-format output devices.
- Courtroom Sketch Artist. Lang, Alison // Broken Pencil;2014, Issue 64, p6
The article offers information on the "New York Times" magazine's documentary chronicling the history and development of courtroom sketch art and featuring artist Gary Myrick on the website, vimeo.com.
- A CONVERSATION WITH CONSTANCE FLAVELL Pratt. Movalli, Charles // American Artist;Oct1984, Vol. 48 Issue 507, p36
The article features Constance Flavell Pratt, a painter who has been drawing portraits of houses all her life. Pratt, who wanted to be a fashion designer or an illustrator, went to Massachusetts College of Art and worked as a carnival painter. She is a member of the Pastel Society of America,...
- Planning to Fail: A Quick Checklist to Kill Your Case. Mitchell, Bradley W.; Scherer, Keith J. // Reporter;Jun2004, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p28
The article reports that many loses in a court case fall on the razor's edge of a week's jury deliberation. The journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step--even if that step and the journey are in the wrong direction. Indeed, the first step is to not even take the first step: ignore...
- Rogues' Gallery. Leibowitz, Ed // Los Angeles Magazine;May2006, Vol. 51 Issue 5, p32
Interviews courtroom sketch artist Mona Shafer Edwards about her career. Better-dressed defendants seen by Edwards in court; Cases that tend to bring out celebrities at their most vulnerable emotion; Other careers being pursued by Edwards.
- MARSHALL DAVIS. WATSON, ERNEST W. // American Artist;Oct1960, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p40
The article looks at the work of American artist Marshall Davis. It describes Davis' reportorial genius as an artist, using his reportorial drawings in the September 23, 1960 article "Revolving Door Court" as reference. The growth of Davis' career in art is described and some of his most...