Beverly Hills, CA: Hillcrest Press, Inc, 1991. Hardcover. VG (Ex-gallery owned, with mark on tp; otherwise crisp and clean; WARMLY INSCRIBED BY ARTIST on opening flyleaf.). Dark siena cloth, gilt letters on spine & front cover, cream & color illus. dust jacket, 69 pp., color & BW illus. Considers the life and work of American watercolor artist and teacher Milford Zornes (1908-2008). "As a leading figure in the California Style watercolor movement Zornes received much attention for using large sheets of paper, applying the transparent medium with sweeping, broad brush strokes and leaving planned areas where the white paper would show through to define a shape or color. Essentially, he and other members of the group were 'painting' with watercolors in new and creative ways, as opposed to the traditional use of watercolors to add color to detailed pencil drawings." (dj) Includes a chronology and many full-color examples of his work. This copy is WARMLY INSCRIBED BY THE ARTIST on an opening page.
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