GEORGE BELLOWS: American Painter by Frances R. Nugent

GEORGE BELLOWS: American Painter

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This is a follow-up of the author's book Jan Van Eyck (1963, p.830 J-254). efore, all the museums that own Bellows' work will have final approval of the color reproductions used. The text is a running record of Bellows' life and development as a painter. His use of color and his placement of shapes and how his approaches to these changed over the years are briefly discussed. His ultimate position as an artist who was a social historian of the everyday and the sporting- life of his time is especially well done. One minor annoyance is the author's use of the painter's first name. Readers will prefer to remember him as ""Bellows"" than ""George"".

Pub Date: Oct. 14th, 1963
Publisher: Rand McNally