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Paul Macapia

Published by Seattle Art Museum January 1974 (1974)

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From: Browsers Bookshop (Olympia, WA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Seattle Art Museum January 1974, 1974. Trade Paperback. Condition: Used - Very good. Paperbound museum catalog in good condition. Discoloration on front cover (maybe coffee stain?) that bleeds into second page. Interior is clean - no highlighting, no markings. Support a small independent bookshop in Olympia, WA. Seller Inventory # 23640

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Robbins, Tom

Published by Seattle Art Museum,, Seattle (1974)

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From: David Gaines (Eureka, CA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Seattle Art Museum,, Seattle, 1974. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. First Edition. Wraps (PB) in very good condition with light brown staining to cover edges and one small enclosed tear upper spine. Inside is all clean and unmarked. 50 pages plus fold-out page. Essay by Tom Robbins.Catalogue. Biographies. Photos and reproductions of the work of Guy Anderson, Clayton James, Charles Krafft, Philip McCracken, Max Benjamin, Richard Gilkey, Charles Laurens Heald, F.L. Decker, Lawrence James Beck, Gertrude Pacific, Paul Havas, Arthur Jorgenson, Jon E. Gierlich, R. Allen Jensen, Aurora Jellybean, Robert Sund. Exhibition catalogue from from Pacific Northwest art community in conjunction with Seattle Art Museum. Size: over 9¾ - 12". Seller Inventory # 011155

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Robbins, Tom et al.

Published by Seattle Art Museum Pavilion, Seattle, Washington (1974)

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From: Mullen Books, ABAA (Marietta, PA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Seattle Art Museum Pavilion, Seattle, Washington, 1974. Softcover. Condition: VG- (Ex-lib.,usual markings). Duotone illus. stapled wraps; 50 pp.; Profusely illustrated in bw. Accompanied the 1974 exhibition of the same name; Includes works by Guy Anderson, Clayton James, Charles Krafft, Philip McCracken, Max M. Benjamin, Richard Gilkey, Charles Laurens Heald, Gertrude Pacific, and others. Seller Inventory # 123025

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Robbins, Tom.

Published by Seattle Art Museum,, Seattle, Wash. (1974)

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From: R.W. Smith Bookseller (New Haven, CT, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Seattle Art Museum,, Seattle, Wash., 1974. Original Wraps. Condition: Fine. Paul Macapia (photographer) (illustrator). Exhibition catalogue. [1] + 56 p. (including foldout). 75 ill. from photographs by Paul Macapia. Catalogue of 115 works by sixteen contemporary artists of the Skagit Valley, with biographies of each. Foreword by Willis F. Woods; introduction by Neil Meitzler, Jeri McDonald and Paul Macapia; title essay by Tom Robbins. Preliminary and rear pages printed on heavy paper of various colors. Seller Inventory # 004216

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Robbins, Tom

Published by Seattle Art Museum, Seattle (1974)

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From: Aeolian Books (Marysville, WA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, 1974. Paperbound. Condition: Fine, As New. First Printing. 50 pages plus fold-out page. Essay by Tom Robbins.Catalogue. Biographies. Photos and reproductions of the work of Guy Anderson, Clayton James, Charles Krafft, Philip McCracken, Max Benjamin, Richard Gilkey, Charles Laurens Heald, F.L. Decker, Lawrence James Beck, Gertrude Pacific, Paul Havas, Arthur Jorgenson, Jon E. Gierlich, R. Allen Jensen, Aurora Jellybean, Robert Sund. Exhibition Cataloge. Seller Inventory # 21607

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Seattle Art Museum) Tom Robbins

Published by Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA (1974)

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From: Easton's Books, Inc. (Mount Vernon, WA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA, 1974. Paperback. Condition: NF/NONE; Paperback. 4to 11" to 13" tall; 50 pages; Includes biographical sketches of Guy Anderson, Robet Sund and others. Short introductory essay by Tom Robbins. Illustrated with black and white photographs. Seller Inventory # 15566

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Northwest Art] Robbins, Tom.

Published by Seattle Art Museum, Seattle (1974)

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From: Gregor Rare Books (Langley, WA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, 1974. First Printing of the First Edition. A Near Fine copy in grey illustrated wraps with just a touch of wear to one corner. No names or marks to the text. In 1974 the Seattle Art Museum sponsored Skagit Valley Artists, an exhibition featuring the work of some of the most important members of the "Northwest School" and several Fishtown artists held at the Seattle Center. The success of this show brought considerable attention to the artists of the Skagit River and nearby La Conner, as did the surprise success in 1971 of the novel Another Roadside Attraction by local writer Tom Robbins. This exhibition catalogue contains a four-page essay by Tom Robbins whose writing career began as an art critic. Seller Inventory # 25757

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