Heartland (The Greenwich Workshop Collection)

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...I have acquired great admiration for the beauty of Early American art...I hope my paintings revive pleasant throughts of a bygone ara and express a semblance of order and serenity that fill a need in this fast changing world. I feel the greatness and beauty of America, and in it an endless source of inspiration for my paintings.

Bursting with distinctive, highly detailed, full-color paintings, drawings, sketches, and photographs, Charles Wysocki's love affair with life and with Americana is ...

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"Heartland" is the bright and beautiful chronicle of Charles Wysocki's love affair with life and with Americana. Bursting with his distinctive, highly detailed, full-color ... paintings, drawings, sketches, and photographs from his own collection--and embellished by his own verse--Heartland will be a true source of joy and inspiration to his many fans. -- Like An American Celebration, his best-selling 1985 book, Heartland presents a warm and romantic view of the hard work and quiet pleasures of nineteenth-century American life. But Heartland goes beyond that volume in presenting the artist's creative world--the sources of his inspiration. -- "There is a simple message in my work," Charles Wysocki has always said, "and it is love." As shown within the pages of Heartland, that love infuses all his work. More than an art book, Heartland is the personal chronicle of Wysocki's unique vision. It is a treasure to cherish and appreciate for generations! --- NEW CONDITION, hardcover with book jacket as shown. OVERSIZE shipping. Read more Show Less

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1994 Hard cover First edition. 1st Printing New in fine dust jacket. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 144 p. Audience: General/trade.

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...I have acquired great admiration for the beauty of Early American art...I hope my paintings revive pleasant throughts of a bygone ara and express a semblance of order and serenity that fill a need in this fast changing world. I feel the greatness and beauty of America, and in it an endless source of inspiration for my paintings.

Bursting with distinctive, highly detailed, full-color paintings, drawings, sketches, and photographs, Charles Wysocki's love affair with life and with Americana is chronicled in this bright and beautiful collection. More than 75 full-page full-color reproductions, 50 full-color photographs, and dozens of source sketches reveal the artist's heart.

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Profusely and beautifully illustrated, Charles Wysocki's Heartland is a bright and impressive chronicle of his love of life and Americana. The highly detailed, full-color paintings, drawings, sketches and photographs are all from his own collection and embellished with his personal poetry. Enthusiastically recommended for personal and community library artbook collections, Heartland is a visual and emotional celebration that will charm and even inspire those who browse through its pages.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781885183057
  • Publisher: Artisan
  • Publication date: 9/1/1994
  • Series: The Greenwich Workshop Collection
  • Pages: 144
  • Product dimensions: 9.30 (w) x 12.34 (h) x 0.74 (d)

Meet the Author


Charles Wysocki's paintings and prints are exhibited at GWS Galleries in Southport, Connecticut, and in Carmel, California, and his work can also be seen at the Conacher Galleries in San Francisco. He lives in Cedar Glen, California.
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Table of Contents


Through the Eyes of a Child

The Bounty of the Earth

The Charm of America

The Worth of Work

The Lure of the Sea

The Joy of Love

List of Paintings

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