New in New jacket. Book. 9" x 11.25" New first edition hardcover, new jacket in mylar cover. "This book is the first full-length discussion of Bert Phillip's art and life as well as his contribution to the establishment of the Taos art colony, and, ultimately, to the growth of New Mexico as a mecca for artists and artisans. The authors draw on documentary material never used previously to discuss his childhood fascination with the West, his art training in the United States and Europe, the settling of Taos by both business and artistic entrepreneurs, his day-to-day life in Taos as artist, husband, and citizen, and his artistic priorities and contributions." Illustrated throughout with reproductions of Phillips work in color and black and white.
New in Fine Condition jacket. 351 pp., 108 illustrations 36 in color. Still in the publisher's shrinkwrap. Includes a complete checklist of Phillip's paintings and appendices of documentary materials. Dustjacket is protected with a mylar cover.
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