Individual Artist Books

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Order The Georgia
O'Keeffe Museum

The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum by Peter Hassrick, Lisa Mintz Messinger, Barbara Novak, Barbara Rose. Hardcover, 144 pages. The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, America's first museum dedicated to the work of a woman artist of international stature, will open in Santa Fe, New Mexico, on July 17, 1997. This inaugural volume documents the initial collection in full color, and adds considerable new insight into O'Keeffe's significance in American and world art. 118 illustrations, 86 in color.


Order Renoir : His Life,
Art, and Letters


Renoir : His Life, Art, and Letters by Barbara Ehrlich White. Hardcover. This stunning book is a lavish celebration of Renoir's life, exploring his early formative years and his rapid progression into one of the world's most highly respected Impressionist painters. More than 250 of the artist's better known works are reproduced with amazing clarity, and are a testament to Renoir's diverse talent and imagination. From his subtle, tender images of children in paintings such as Girls at the Piano and The Letter, to his full-textured and opulent paintings such as Sleeping Odalisque and Ode to Flowers, Renoir really was the Workman of Painting.


Order Gauguin by Himself

Gauguin by Himself by Belinda Thompson, Paul Gauguin. Hardcover, 320 pages.


Order The Best of Norman Rockwell : A Celebration
of 100 Years

The Best of Norman Rockwell : A Celebration of 100 Years by Tom Rockwell, Norman Rockwell. Hardcover. Norman Rockwell was nearly as prolific an artist as he was gifted. In addition to his many paintings, he created over 500 magazine covers and thousands of commercial illustrations. In this volume, one of Rockwell's sons has carefully reviewed his father's vast collection of work and chosen his favorite representations from each decade. Many of the pieces come from the family's private collection.


Order Unknown Terrain : The Landscapes of Andrew Wyeth


Unknown Terrain : The Landscapes of Andrew Wyeth by Beth Venn, Adam D. Weinberg, Andrew Wyeth, Michael G. Kammen. Hardcover, 240 pages. This book makes an irresistible case for ignoring both Wyeth's sentimental champions and his cynical detractors. It's easy to understand either pole of opinion about this very American painter, but harder to get to the essence of what makes him excite such vehemence. In the end, it may simply be that he is very, very good, and like all good painters, a little too complicated for most critics.


Order Rembrandt: The
Painter at Work


Rembrandt: The Painter at Work
by Ernst Van De Wetering. Hardcover.


Order Maxfield
Parrish, 1870-1966


Maxfield Parrish, 1870-1966
by Sylvia Yount, Maxfield Parrish, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art. Hardcover, 160 pages.


Order Dali:
The Work the Man


Dali : The Work the Man by Robert Descharnes, Eleanor R. Morse. Hardcover, 456 pages.


Order Monet in the
20th Century


Monet in the 20th Century by Claude Monet, George T. M. Shackleford. Hardcover, 280 pages. This richly illustrated book examines for the first time the extensive body of work that Monet completed from 1900 until his death in 1926, a period during which he was enormously productive, increasingly wealthy, and ever more venerated. 155 illustrations, 130 in color.


Order Cezanne


Cezanne by Paul Cezanne, Isabelle Cahn, Henri Loyrette, Joseph Rishel, Francoise Cachin. Hardcover, 600 pages. Accompanying the first major retrospective exhibition of Paul Cezanne in the last half century, this exceptional volume provides an insightful survey of the work of this seminal modern master. Through 258 large colorplates and 350 illustrations, the book draws together Cezanne's finest works.


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