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  1. American Christmas Book

    American Christmas Book

    1994, Longstreet Press, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia Learn More
    $20.00

  2. Jim Harrison Cookbook: Southern Cooking and Southern Stories
    $19.95

  3. Pathways to a Southern Coast Book

    Pathways to a Southern Coast Book

    Reprinted 2009, University of South Carolina Press, Columbia, South Carolina Written by Jerry Blackwelder Illustrated by Jim Harrison Learn More
    $50.00

  4. The Palmetto and Its South Carolina Home Book

    The Palmetto and Its South Carolina Home Book

    by Jim Harrison 9.25 X 9.25, 96 pages 2012, University of South Carolina Press, Columbia, South Carolina The Palmetto and Its South Carolina Home showcases the timeless, natural beauty of the state tree in marshland and coastal landscapes in the popular Harrison style. For Harrison the palmetto remains foremost an icon of the wondrous Carolina coastal habitats. Sweeping images of the coast have been part of Harrison's art since the beginning of his career, and he continues to illustrate his love of the South Carolina coast by capturing the beauty of the state tree amid the many stunning and enchanting scenes included here. The book also explores the historical background of the tree and its many ties to South Carolina's heritage as a symbol of strength and beauty worthy of this artistic celebration. The book, published by the University of South Carolina Press, features more than 50 color images of coastal scenes by Jim Harrison along with vignettes from the artist. Learn More
    $29.95

  5. Country Stores

    Country Stores

    1994, Longstreet Press, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia. Out of Print Learn More
    $20.00

    Out of stock

  6. The Passing: Perspective of Rural America

    The Passing: Perspective of Rural America

    1988, Longstreet Press, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia Written by Ferrol Sams Illustrated by Jim Harrison No longer available for purchase. Learn More
    $0.00

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  7. Jim Harrison, His World Remembered

    Jim Harrison, His World Remembered

    In his introduction to the book, Dickey writes: "Of all the impressions one might get from a visit with Jim Harrison, it is a picture of determination and drive, tempered with quiet understanding. One discovers quickly that here is a man who understands the old verities, the truths that make life worth the struggle it sometimes is. But at the same time, there is melancholy sadness which pervades any relationship with the artist. It is a sadness borne by the realization of the deeper task to which the artist is committed: to capture the moment and hold back, if only briefly, the flood of time. Certainly no one is capable of doing that, but there is a dignity in striving to do so, and Jim's art comes as close as anything can." William Emerson, former editor of "Saturday Evening Post, commented, "By recreating this lost world, Gary Dickey helps us understand the vision of the artist. Together, the reporter and the painter capture the fading magic of the small town South." Written by Gary C. Dickey and Illustrated by Jim Harrison
    1982, American Masters Foundation, Houston, Texas
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    $0.00

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  8. The Coca-Cola Art of Jim Harrison

    The Coca-Cola Art of Jim Harrison

    10" x 10" 136 pages 72 color illustrations ISBN 978-1-61117-726-8 Hardcover, $39.99 Learn More
    $39.99

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