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The Art of Robert O. Caulfield

Caulfield, Robert O.

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ISBN 10: 0970184603 / ISBN 13: 9780970184603
Published by R S Pub
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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0970184603 Inscribed by Robert Caulfield to a previous owner on the first title page. (there is a smudge in the previous owner's name, not the authors). Otherwise light shelfwear and a Caulfield Gallery sticker affixed to rear flap of dust jacket. Bookseller Inventory # 15DEC333

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Title: The Art of Robert O. Caulfield

Publisher: R S Pub

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

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The book contains 114 full-color reproductions of nationally-known artist, Robert O. Caulfield's original oils and watervcolors in addition to a concise biographical introduction. Mr. Caulfield is one of the best-selling artists in America with over 850 original paintings sold in the last ten years alone. The book is coffee-table sized at 10x10 inches, the finest quality hardcover. This is Mr. Caulfield's first book.

About the Author:

Abandoned to poverty and the neglectful care of his maternal grandmother shortly after his birth in 1930, Robert O. Caulfield spent the first 10 years of his life running wild on the dangerous inner-city streets of Depression-era Roxbury, Massachusetts. he began drawing on those streets - literally, with chalk - at age 6. After serving in the Marines, he married at 21 and settled into a suburban lifestyle, eventually raising 5 children. Art was always his driving passion and, supporting himself with a "regular" job, he painted whenever possible, exhibiting his work, garnering awards and developing a reputation as one of America's finest painters through the years. Largely self-taught, his style has been hailed as emblematic of American Impressionism but is entirely his own. The 18 years that have passed since he opened the Caulfield Art Gallery in Woodstock, Vermont have found him becoming one of the most popular artists in the nation. Today his paintings hang in private and corporate collections the world over.

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