BooknewsThe Kovinicks of the Los Angeles art world present 20 years of research on western artists from the 1840s-1980: not well-known macho artists like Russell and Remington, but about 1,000 women from Mary Todd Aaron (1879-1967), a foremost Oklahoma artist portraying the Osage Indians, to Marguerite Zorach (1887-1968), a Fresno, CA artist in several media. In two-column format, each entry contains salient facts and the artist's approach to Western subjects; many include a b&w sample of her work. Includes an extensive bibliography. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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