Ray Ellis in Retrospect: A Painter's Journey артикул 670a.
Ray Ellis in Retrospect: A Painter's Journey артикул 670a.

Book DescriptionThe first retrospective of the work of Ray Ellis, a celebrated American artist acclaimed for his paintings of Martha's Vineyard and the Lowcountry of Georgia and South Carolina With an insightful text by a noted American art specialist and vibrant, color-infused images, this dazzlingly beautiful book reveals the full breadth обьйн of Ray Ellis's remarkable career While Ellis is often described as an Impressionist because of his loose brushwork, bright color, and interest in light and atmosphere, his work is naturalistic and closer to realism Equally talented in oils and watercolors, he interprets the many sights and locales he has seen In addition to marine subjects and coastal landscapes for which he is best known, this volume also presents his finest still lifes and paintings of cityscapes and travels The works span several decades from the early 1960s through his most recent paintings Ray Ellis In Retrospect: A Painter's Journey also includes an illustrated, autobiographical essayby Ray Ellis and a chronology Now in his eighth decade, Ellis continues to be passionate about painting Still studying and experimenting, his greatest pleasure is to begin his next work striving to "do the best painting" he has ever done Other Details: 135 illustrations, 125 in full-color.  2004 г 168 стр ISBN 0789208083.

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