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Contemporary American Marine Art: An…
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Contemporary American Marine Art: An Exhibition

by Richard V. West

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 029597656X, Paperback)

Artists have been fascinated by the sea and ships since time immemorial. this handsomely illustrated book features the recent work of members of the American Society of Marine Artists. Sixty-five artists were selected by their peers for inclusion in this volume which includes examples in all media: paintings in oil and acrylic, watercolor, pastel, graphite, etching, scrimshaw, and bronze sculpture.Numerous color illustrations capture the wide diversity of style and content that exemplify the approach of contemporary artists to the ancient tradition of marine art. Each illustration is accompanied by an insightful statement provided by the artist describing working methods and the history of the subject matter depicted in the work.

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