More than 1000 paintings reproduced in color, many printed with gold. Every full-page colorplate has a detailed commentary, and many are accompanied by groups of related works.
Director Emeritus John Walker tells the story of the Gallery from its inception in the 1930s.
Foreword by J. Carter Brown who discusses the special role of the Gallery as a national institution.
1,120 illustrations, including 1,028 plates in full color. 696p.
Exhibition catalog. 94 illustrations, including 39 plates in full color. Measures 10.75×11.25 inches. 118p.
Essays by Deborah Chotner, Lisa N. Peters, and Kathleen A. Pyne. Bibliography.
Presents the American impressionist’s works which explore the Connecticut landscapes surrounding John Henry Twachtman’s (1853-1902) Greenwich farm. He was an American painter best known for his impressionist landscapes, though his painting style varied widely through his career.