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Nicolai Fechin

Balcomb, Mary N.

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ISBN 10: 0873581407 / ISBN 13: 9780873581400
Published by Northland Press,, 1975
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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Large hardcover with rust cloth boards, Fechin's initials in gilt lettering on front board, title and press in gilt on spine. Corners are slightly bumped and binding is slightly askew at title page. There is a small stain on the half title page. First signature is a little loose. The corners of the dj are rubbed, slightly frayed. Back of the dj has a 1/2 inch tear at the bottom near the spine. Head and foot of spine are also worn and the foot has a small chip. Edges are rubbed. Front of the dj has a couple of zig zag line pen impressions. This really is a beautiful copy. DJ is wrapped in mylar. Bookseller Inventory # 00699Ba-jg

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Title: Nicolai Fechin

Publisher: Northland Press,

Publication Date: 1975

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good

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Born in Kazan, the last stronghold of the Tartars on the upper Volga River, Nicolai Fechin was well on his way to an art career before he entered his teens. Following an decade long art apprenticeship he and his family came to the United States. Fechin painted in New York, Taos, and Santa Monica. After immigrating to New York he relocated to a more suitable climate in Taos. Fechin's career flourished in the American Southwest, where his presence launched a dramatic rebirth of the artist's colony in New Mexico. He became well known for his refined style, his portraits of prominent Americans and his portrayal of indigenous American culture. Primarily interested in people he left a superb visual record of men, women and children.

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