Edwin Dickinson

Edwin Dickinson

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Featuring 19 color plates and 65 baw illustrations, this text critically examines the imagery, process, and pictorial structure of works by American painter Edwin Dickinson (1891-1978). Drawing upon 56 years of the artist's journals and several thousand pages of his letters, Ward makes connections b21 He was undoubtedly also excited about the idea of owning a pot from which General Sherman was reported to have been served tea, 22 and its use in The Cello Player is likely to have been prompted by its ... 25 On Christmas Eve, 1939, with his wife and children around him in the first house they ever owned, which had sat empty for a century, he wrote, a€œAll decorating tree in NE corner of NW room.

Title:Edwin Dickinson
Author: John Lawrence Ward, Edwin Walter Dickinson
Publisher:University of Delaware Press - 2003

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