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GUY ROSE: AMERICAN IMPRESSIONIST. Will South et al. Oakland Museum, 1995. Organized and published in association with Irvine Museum. 176 pp. with 152 ills. (120 col.). 37 x 26 cm. LC 95-69077 ISBN 1882140060 In English.
Thoroughly examines the long-neglected oeuvre of a California-born painter who developed a distinctive Impressionist style during his extended sojourns at Giverny in the 1890s and early 1900s, this large-format catalogue features fine reproductions of some 100 landscapes, coastal views, figure studies and portraits produced by Rose (1867-1925) over the course of his career. A lengthy review of Rose's early training in San Francisco and Paris, his associations with Frieseke and other American painters who worked at Giverny, and his final decades in California is supplemented by a discussion of his involvement in the artistic community of Los Angeles during the 1910s and an assessment of his stature among American Impressionists.
Artist(s):Rose, Guy
Indexing: Western — United States — 1900-1945 — Painting
Plans: 02,03,22
Worldwide Number: 025242
Hardcover $75.00    

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