Beyond Realism: The Life and Art of Frederik Grue

By: Carol Ann Weiss, Judith Vale Newton Foreword-Nancy Dustin Moure; Essays-James Edward May

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Dust Jacket Has Visible Shelf Wear And Scuffing To Edges And Corners. Pages Appear To Be Clean With No Writing Or Highlighting, Dust Jacket Has Visible Shelf Wear And Scuffing To Edges And Corners. Pages Appear To Be Clean With No Writing Or Highlighting. Dedication stamp on first page. . . . . . . . . .. . . . If you're a fan of exquisite art or like to read biographies about fascinating figures, make room for this book in your library. It is lavishly illustrated with 32 color plates and black-and-white photographs of the late Frederik Ebbesen Grue's (1951-1995) finest paintings. You can also learn the painting techniques of this 20th-century master from the artist himself. A self-taught artist working in realism, Grue shares the technical secrets behind the making of his detailed Oriental still lifes and landscapes. Along with his work comes a look at the artist in this beautiful, over-sized coffee-table book. You can follow Grue through the chicken-ranching, disco-dancing, motor-cycle fancying days of his youth to his emergence as an award-winning painter. His artwork has been shown nationally--in major galleries as well as museums--and collected internationally.

Title: Beyond Realism: The Life and Art of Frederik Grue

Author Name: Carol Ann Weiss, Judith Vale Newton Foreword-Nancy Dustin Moure; Essays-James Edward May

Categories: Art,

Publisher: BCL Press: 1995

ISBN Number: 0964526107

ISBN Number 13: 9780964526105

Size: Hardcover

Book Condition: Used - Very Good

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 2106