Frederick F. Fursman, Founder of Ox-Bow: His Life and Times
by Friedmann, Sarelle R.
1977. Hardcover. VG (Photocopies of illus. are indiscernible; otherwise nice.). Student paper, held in blue plastic three-ringed notebook. 63 leaves, 29 illus., 2 color illus. A student paper considering the life and work of Illinois artist Frederick Frary Fursman (1874-1943), who was connected to the summer school of painting called Ox-Bow in Saugatuck, Michigan. Unfortunately, most of the illustrations didn't survive the photocopying process.
(Inventory #: 155314)
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