B&W illustrations. Very good+ w/good+ dustjacket (hardcover) 224pp. ISBN 0873383338 Kenyon Cox (1856-1919) studied painting in Paris from the fall of 1877 to the fall of 1882. These edited letters, written to his parents in Ohio, describe Cox's daily routine and explicate French art teaching both in the academic setting of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts and in private ateliers.
VG. Lt. blue cloth. 224 pp. with 15 bw illustrations. The letters contained in this book cover the period of time Cox was studying in Paris. Reading these letters, one is introduced to what life and learning was like for a typical student in Paris-one who was looking for a traditional education in the fine arts and technique. He also described the city, the land, and several trips to other parts of Europe.
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