Hartford: Connecticut River Press, 2001. Hardcover. VG (SIGNED AND DATED BY ARTIST on an opening page.). Blue cloth, gilt letters on spine & front cover, light blue and color illus. dust jacket. 384 pp., 285 color plates, 99 BW illus. A look at the work and life of American impressionist Stokely Webster (1912-2001), by the artist himself, and issued just before his death. Includes introduction and interview by Lowery Stokes Sims, and essays by Jock Reynolds and Harold C. Schonberg, as well as notes on technique and color plate index. A terrific resource to have at hand. Wonderful illustrations! This copy is SIGNED AND DATED BY THE ARTIST on an opening page. (Inventory #: 155434)
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