Bibliographic Details. Title: The Legendary Artists of Taos. Publisher: NY: Watson-Guptill. Inventory includes 9,000 to 10,000 old, used, out-of-print and rare hardback books-some trade paperbacks.
Bibliographic Details. Publication Date: 1980. Approximately 1500 are children's books. The rest include history, literature, arts, sciences, religion, cookbooks, nature, gardening, etc. This is an online business only. Visit Seller's Storefront.
The Legendary Artists of Taos. Their work, defined the first several decades of the Taos art colony, was distinguished by: Native Americans in traditional clothing, area Hispanics and Anglo-Americans and landscapes. They sent travelling exhibits of their work across the United States. Initial critical reaction of the works was that they were unrealistic and overdone: vivid colors, too emotionally evocative and strong vibrational quality. The artists questioned the critics veracity, since they had never been to the southwestern desert, nor the Taos Pueblo.
Mary Carroll Nelson, American artist, writer (A trace of edge wear in dust jacket with closed teara, c. The Legendary Artists of Taos )
Mary Carroll Nelson, American artist, writer. Member Albuquerque Arts Board, 1984-1988; Member Society Layerists in Multi-Media (founder 1982, coordinator symposium 2007) ) The Legendary Artists of Taos ) Connecting: The Art of Beth Ames Swartz. 14 people found this helpful.
Nelson, Mary Carroll, "The legendary artists of Taos," New York: Watson-Guptill, 1980, . 5. Painters in Taos, the formative years: the Harrison Eiteljorg Collection," Phoenix: Phoenix Art Museum, 1980, pl. Kennedy Quarterly, June, 1970. 38. (Lower left:) Phillips signed. The information provided about this artwork was compiled as part of the Smithsonian American Art Museum's Inventories of American Painting and Sculpture database, designed to provide descriptive and location information on artworks by American artists in public and private collections worldwide.
Nelson, Mary Carroll. The Legendary Artists Of Taos. The founding of New Mexico's famous art colony, its pioneer artists, and the artists who followed. NY: Watson-Guptill, 1980, 1st, 4to (11-13"), 176 pages, 97 color and 100 b&w illustrations. Artist: Mary Carroll Nelson. Condition & Attributes.
A study of the pioneer artists who founded the famous Taos art colony, including Joseph Henry Sharp, Oscar Berninghaus, Eanger Irving Couse, and E. Martin Hennings and their later followers. Book is in very good, clean condition, with creases and corner bumps to dust jacket. Three pages embossed with former owner's monogram.
Nelson, Mary Carroll (1980). Nelson, Mary Carroll (1980). New York: Watson-Guptill. p. 76. ISBN 0823027457. 80.
He became part of the Taos artist colony and bought the house on Kit Carson Road in 1909. A wing was added to the house for Couse's studio and his wife developed a noteworthy garden. 47. Following E. Irving Couse's death in 1936, no more changes were made to the house and it remains much as it did when Couse lived there, which made it "the significant building to survive from the early days of the Taos art colony. Prior to Couse's purchase of the house in 1910, it was owned by parish priest Gabriel Ussel in the 1860s; He operated a boys' school from the house. Watson-Guptill Publications, New York, 1980. Gene Kloss (1903-1996, American). Movement & Style.