The concept is as unique as the lifestyle it describes: one year in the life of a famous landscape painter. The reader is immediately drawn into the drama of this artist's life, and is seduced by the luxury of the reproductions of his paintings completed on location in Mallorca, Venice, Paris, Georgia, and New York City. The essence of each location is brought to life by inclusion of pertinent historical detail and references to other artists and writers (Graves, Byron, Sand, Chopin) who have shared Zupan's enthusiasm for these magical locations.
The book was printed and bound by Arti Grafiche Giorgi & Gambi in Florence Italy. In Paris on February 25, 2000 it received the prestigious Trofeo Ideal for best production on reflective paper in Europe in 1999. The reproductions are of outstanding quality, and the gold embossed cloth bound cover matches the elegance of the French fold laminated removable jacket.
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Jane Zupan was born June 24, 1943 in Atlanta Georgia. She attended University of Maryland and graduated Phi Beta Kappa in 1966. She met and married Bruno Zupan during her junior year abroad in Paris in 1965.
Bruno Zupan was born June 21, 1939 into the choas of both World War II and civil war in the former Yugoslavia. His father was shot, and most of his family was annihilated in the Nazi death camps. He defected to Paris in 1962 to continue his study of art and met with instant success. In 1965 the Zupan's began spending half of every year in the United States and the other half between Mallorca, Paris and Venice...a lifestyle that continues to this day. In the meantime Zupan has had over 15O one man exhibitions in 40 cities on three continents and his fame and popularity are defined by the hoards of imitators of his subject matter. His natural ability with brush and color is unique, however, and the sincerely of his emotion can not be copied. Often described as "the last great romantic" he brings such freshness and life to his canvases that even the most jaded contemporary viewer is won over.
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Book Description Bruno Zupan Books, 2000. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110967372208
Book Description Bruno Zupan Books. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 0967372208 New Condition. Bookseller Inventory # NEW7.1491301
Book Description Bruno Zupan Books, 2000. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0967372208