James Jeffrey Grant (1883-1960) and his North Shore Contemporaries: Cape Ann Painters during the 1930s and 1940s
by Jarzombek, Nancy Allyn and Megan Crosby
Boston: Vose Galleries, 2005. Softcover. Fine internally; art museum ex-lib. with front/back stickers and blind stamp on title page.. Orange and color-illus. wraps with cranberry/blue lettering. 48 pp. with mostly color images throughout. Catalogue from the exhibition held October - December 2005 at Vose Galleries. Includes two essays, both by Nancy Allyn Jarzombek: James Jeffrey Grant, Observer of Everyday Life; and Artists in Gloucester to 1939, an Overview. The 31 artist biographies were written by Megan Crosby. Each biography is accompanied by an image of a painting (or two) by that artist. With 5 bw photos of old Gloucester. Many of the larger paintings include prices. Nearly all of Grant's paintings are from the Cape Ann area, but two are views of Europe, and 4 are from other parts of the US. A beautiful catalogue.
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