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The Texas Hill Country: Interpretations by Thirteen Artists
     

The Texas Hill Country: Interpretations by Thirteen Artists

by A. C. Greene, John Palmer Leeper
 

Thirteen contemporary Texas artists share their views of the Texas hill country in forty-nine full-color plates of softly wooded hills, lonely farmsteads, rocky running streams, flower-covered prairies, shining lakes, and much more. Included here are watercolors of land and wildlife by Ivan McDougal and Clay McGaughy; the clearly lighted barns and farmhouses of

Overview

Thirteen contemporary Texas artists share their views of the Texas hill country in forty-nine full-color plates of softly wooded hills, lonely farmsteads, rocky running streams, flower-covered prairies, shining lakes, and much more. Included here are watercolors of land and wildlife by Ivan McDougal and Clay McGaughy; the clearly lighted barns and farmhouses of Ancel E. Nunn; impressions of rock and sky, woods and water by Michael Frary and William Hoey; the inimitable watercolors of E. M. "Buck" Schiwetz; the sunlight on water and field of Emily White and William Lester; the unique personal statements of Kelly Fearing; paintings of the works of man by E. Gordon West; and sensitive studies of light and shadow by Woody Gwyn. Together they evoke the charm, the beauty, and the variety of the Texas heartland.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780890961162
Publisher:
Texas A&M University Press
Publication date:
09/28/1981
Series:
Joe and Betty Moore Texas Art Series , #5
Edition description:
First Edition
Pages:
122
Product dimensions:
9.08(w) x 12.26(h) x 0.77(d)

Meet the Author

The late A. C. Greene is the author of A Personal Country.

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