Michigan State University, 1985. Softcover. VG (Ex-gallery owned, with label on front cover and few interior marks; BW illus. are faint but discernible.). Thesis. Blue wraps. Photocopied from microfilm by UMI. 138 pp., BW illus. A thesis that "traces the development of ship painting from the seventeenth century Dutch to the nineteenth century French Impressionists, in particular, Monet. Using a sample of Dutch and English paintings I point out connections and differences between Monet 's boating pictures and those of the earlier artists." (abstract) Lipinski now teaches at the Corcoran School of the Arts & Design at The George Washington University. (Inventory #: 155583)
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