SOMETIMES IN THE WRONG, BUT NEVER IN DOUBT
- Book reviews. Ribuffo, Leo P. // Journal of Southern History;May96, Vol. 62 Issue 2, p407
Reviews the book `Sometimes in the Wrong, but Never in Doubt: George S. Benson and the Education of the New Religious Right,' by L. Edward Hicks. Information on how Hicks presents Benson in the book; Classification of book's literary content.
- Book reviews. Austin, Trent D. // Journal of Church & State;Spring96, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p421
Reviews the book `Sometimes in the Wrong, But never in Doubt: George S. Benson and the Education of the New Religious Right,' by L. Edward Hicks.
- Let's Get Lost in a Painting. Wieder, Charles // Art Education;Sep82, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p45
The article reviews several books including "The Gulf Stream," by Winslow Homer and "The Peaceable Kingdom 1824," by Edward Hicks, part of book series "Let's Get Lost in a Painting," by Ernest Goldstein.
- A `Peaceable Kingdom' in primitive paint. Mason, M.S. // Christian Science Monitor;3/3/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 70, p19
Discusses the work of painter Edward Hicks in the exhibition of `The Kingdoms of Edward Hicks' on display at the Denver Art Museum.
- The Kingdoms of Edward Hicks. Andrew, Jeanmarie // Early American Homes;Aug99, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p18
Provides information on the life of Edward Hicks, a folk artist in the United States. Description of the Peaceable Kingdom paintings created by Hicks; Versions of this painting created by Hicks; Exhibition of the works of Hicks; Family life; Financial problems; Religious affiliation; Theme of...
- As the Word Turns. Baldwin, Barry // Verbatim: The Language Quarterly;Summer2006, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p14
This article explores the etymology of the Lincolnshire dialect. One major characteristic of the dialect is the break in the diphthongs. Bishop Edward Hicks of Lincoln reports in his diaries that he was rebuked by the incumbent Lord Tennyson for not pronouncing "knowledge" in the Lincolnshire...
- The Peaceable Kingdoms of Edward Hicks. May, Stephen // World & I;Dec99, Vol. 14 Issue 12, p110
Focuses on the Peaceable Kingdom paintings by nineteenth-century Quaker minister and artist Edward Hicks. Significance of his Peaceable Kingdom depictions; Brief biography on the artist.
- The nature of Edward Hicks's painting. Nolley, Scott W.; Weekley, Carolyn J. // Magazine Antiques;Feb99, Vol. 155 Issue 2, p280
Profiles United States visual artist Edward Hicks. Family life; Career background; Remarks on his paintings.
- A Quaker at War with Himself. Fager, Chuck // Christianity Today;10/25/99, Vol. 43 Issue 12, p98
Focuses on the folk art of Edward Hicks, an eighteenth-century painter who was of the Quaker faith. Brief biography; Two problems with his oft-admonition; View of an individual with a secular aesthetic taste.