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Hulings: A Gallery of Paintings

White, Burro and Clark Hulings

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ISBN 10: 0961536802 / ISBN 13: 9780961536800
Published by White Burro Publishing, NP, 1986
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Oblong 4to. xiii. Unpaginated. With 155 plates (some color) by Clark Hulings. Dark green cloth spine over textured white cloth with dj. Head and tail of spine with light wear. Two-inch chip to spine of dj and small, closed tear to top edge of dj. Dj slightly discolored, but text and images fine. Overall, in very good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 8807

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Title: Hulings: A Gallery of Paintings

Publisher: White Burro Publishing, NP

Publication Date: 1986

Binding: Hardcover

Illustrator: Clark Hulings

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

Edition: (First Edition).

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Clark Hulings presents in this volume a selection of his best paintings. While best known for his paintings of rustic life in Mexico and the American Southwest, this collection also includes still lifes, portraits, landscapes and cityscapes from his extensive travels to Spain, Yugoslavia, Ireland, Turkey, Sweden, Sicily, and other places. This book is remarkable not only for the marvelous paintings reproduced therein, but also for the generous notes provided by the artist, sharing his aesthetic experience. Hardcover oblong folio, quarter-bound green leatherette with gilt-stamped linen-covered boards, 155 plates in full color, plus numerous black and white illustrations, with the artist's notes on his inspirations and technique.

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