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Harvey Dunn: Illustrator and Painter of the Pioneer West

Reed, Walt

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ISBN 10: 1933865199 / ISBN 13: 9781933865195
Published by Flesk Publications, U.S.A., 2010
Condition: Near Fine Hardcover
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Inscribed by author, "For Christy, Walt Reed, Dec. 10, 2010". No other markings. Also a photo laid-in of the author signing the book. Dust jacket is unclipped and in fresh mylar. A lovely copy. Bookseller Inventory # 167112

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Title: Harvey Dunn: Illustrator and Painter of the ...

Publisher: Flesk Publications, U.S.A.

Publication Date: 2010

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine

Signed: Inscribed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition

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Harvey Dunn was one of twentieth century America's most powerful illustrators, painters and teachers. This comprehensive volume covers a major portion of his illustrations and paintings for the first time. Content includes illustration art, pioneer and western works, and his powerful World War I pieces inspired by his battlefield sketches. Also included are the rarely seen nudes, portraits, and murals. Paintings from museums and private collections showcase the full range of this talented American artist. For this book, many original paintings were tracked down and re-photographed in order to reintroduce the work of this important artist. Until now, most of Dunn's paintings and illustrations have been unavailable to the public in their original form. Locations of pictures in public collections are listed, as are the original publication dates and places. Additionally, a section is devoted to the artist's working and teaching methods. Also included is a reprinting of Dunn's "An Evening in the Classroom," compiled from notes made during critiques, passing on his inspirational teaching philosophy. A comprehensive list of Dunn's students with sample art is included as well.

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In 1974 Walt Reed founded Illustration House, Inc. Reed was part of the instructional staff of the Famous Artists School. There he worked with some of America's most prominent illustrators, including Norman Rockwell, Stevan Dohanas, Robert Fawcett and Albert Dorne. His previous books include, The Illustrator in America, Harold von Schmidt Draws and Paints the Old West, Great American Illustrators, and The Art of Tom Lovell. Reed was editor for North Light Publications in 1972-1976. He designed the Bicentennial 50 State Flag stamps and has been a consultant on several subsequent stamp projects.

is president of the Illustration House gallery. Roger has written articles for American Art Review, Step-by-Step Graphics and other magazines, and edited Illustrator in America. Roger has curated or arranged exhibitions of illustrative art at the Brandywine River Museum, the Society of Illustrators in New York, and J.C. Leyendecker's first museum retrospective at Stockbridge, Massachusetts, in 1997. He is on the Permanent Collection Committee of the Society of Illustrators in New York and has consulted for other museums in the authentication of works of illustrators.

Lynn Verschoor is the director of the South Dakota Art Museum. She studied at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, and earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in fine arts and teaching from South Dakota State University. She received her Master of Science degree in information media and instructional design from St. Cloud State University at St. Cloud, Minnesota, in 1985. During her more than twenty years as an exhibiting artist, Lynn's work has been included in exhibitions nationwide from Tennessee to California.

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