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VG. Crimson buckram with gilt letters on spine and gilt decoration on front cover; maroon & gold & color illus. dust jacket, illus. flyleaves, 95 pp., 53 color plates; other sundry BW & color illus. "A highly regarded impressionist-style artist, George Ames Aldrich [1871-1941], drew on his years of experience living and studying in Europe to create beautiful landscape paintings. His life and work are explored [here]. Many of the artist's finest creations, some representing French subjects and others depicting the midwestern steel industry and American landscapes, are included in this book. It features color reproductions, along with other archival and contextual images. Essays by Wendy Greenhouse (with Michael Wright) explore in detail Aldrich's life, influences, sources of inspiration, and art historical context. Exploiting a wide variety of sources, Greenhouse has discovered exciting new information about the artist and his times." (dj).
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