Wellesley College, 1982. Softcover. VG- (BW illus. are better than usual copies yet still not completely crisp; first page slightly worn; few marks as ex-gallery copy; most pages are clean.). Thesis. In green three-ring flexible plastic binder, 233 leaves, 133 BW illus. Thesis. An analysis of this selected time and work in the life of American portraitist Frank Duveneck (1848-1919). "My examination and exploration of Duveneck's lesser known work has presented an entire body of experimental and successful canvases which shed light on the influence and interests of the artist's second decade in Europe, 1880 to 1889. Most of this time was spent in Florence and Venice, closing in Paris with the untimely death of his wife, Elizabeth Boott. Diversity is the hallmark of Duveneck's work during this decade; oil sketches, paintings, watercolors and pastels, and a seris of etchings were produced in brilliant succession." (intro).
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