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Beyond the Visible Terrain: The Art of Ed Mell
     

Beyond the Visible Terrain: The Art of Ed Mell

by Donald J. Hagerty
 

For over two decades now, art collectors have clamored to buy Ed Mell's provocative visions of the Southwest. Now you can bring the canvases of this innovative painter home in a stunning book with more than one hundred color plates of the artist's best work to date.

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For over two decades now, art collectors have clamored to buy Ed Mell's provocative visions of the Southwest. Now you can bring the canvases of this innovative painter home in a stunning book with more than one hundred color plates of the artist's best work to date.

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Ed Mell is a leader among the Southwest's contemporary artists; even a casual glance through this volume makes a new fan. The landscape of the Colorado Plateau has been his primary subject, but he also paints unusual and dramatic "flowerscapes." This presentation features 120 color plates along with biographical text which incorporates insights and commentary from family and colleagues regarding his methods and inspiration. 12x11<"> Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
Beyond The Visible Terrain: The Art Of Ed Mell will introduce the art student to one of America's best and most innovative contemporary painters of the American Southwest. This compendium of Mell's visions of the landscape, flora and fauna, and people of the Colorado Plateau evoke both an esthetic and an emotional response that make him one of the most popular artists with some of his canvases being translated into limited edition lithographs and quality posters. Enhanced with insightful commentary on Ed Mell's life and work by Donald Hagerty, Beyond The Visible Terrain is a remarkable, beautiful, enduring testament to a uniquely talented artist — and would grace any individual, academic, or community library art history collection.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780873586511
Publisher:
Cooper Square Publishing Llc
Publication date:
09/01/1996
Pages:
164
Product dimensions:
12.08(w) x 10.99(h) x 0.98(d)

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