SAYDACK, R: David McCosh: Learning to Paint is Learning to See

Saydack, Roger. David McCosh; Learning to Paint is Learning to See. University of Oregon, 2016. ISBN: 9780990353379. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback. (#30938) $20.00

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Exhibition catalog. Beautifully illustrated, including an image of the artist in his studio.

David McCosh (1903-1981) was known to tell his art students: “Learning to paint is learning to see.” This exhibition centered on landscape-based, paintings that demonstrate McCosh’s genius at capturing the essence of the scene. Essays by Roger Saydack. Introduction by Danielle Knapp.

POSKAS, P: Peter Poskas III: Catalog for Recent Work (1990) and An Expanded Survey (1990) and Signed card

Card. Peter Poskas III Peter Poskas III: Catalog for Recent Work (1990) and An Expanded Survey (1990) and Signed card. Schmidt Bingham Gallery, Thomas J. Walsh Art Gallery, 1990. Unmarked. Very Good. Booklet (Saddle Stitched). (#30908) $85.00

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Catalog with lain in and signed cards.

Forward by Alice Bingham and Penelope Schmidt. An appreciation by Philip Eliasoph. Lain in invitation to receptions for “Recent Works” at the Schmidt Bingham NYC Gallery and “An Expanded Survey” at Fairfield University.

Two lain in cards, with 5 color images total, some text and Peter Poskas III signature. Exhibition booklet has 5 color plates.

Born in Waterbury, Connecticut, Peter Poskas III (b. 1969), like many American artists before him, derives inspiration from the charming towns and tranquil landscapes of coastal Maine and Connecticut.

Extremely scarce.

CAPOREAL, S: Suzanne Caporael: Roadwork

Book cover. Suzanne Caporael: Roadwork Suzanne Caporael: Roadwork. Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, 2007. Unmarked text. Stamped on end page and first page. Very Good in very good dust jacket. Paperback. (#30804) $12.00

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Accompanied October 11-November 10, 2007 exhibition. Color plates. Includes glassine dust jacket. 36p.

Caporael’s work derives from close observation of the natural world and the attempts, scientific and cultural, to define and control it.