Carmel Art Association: Its Legends and Legacies 1927-2007 (Special Edition Hard Bound) 

Price: $100.00

The Carmel Art Association has had a rich and fascinating history since it was founded by a small number of local artists in 1927. Dick Crispo, artist and art historian provides a chronicle from that time up to today. Co-written by noted Monterey writer Lisa Crawford Watson, the 92-page book provides a context of art on the Monterey Peninsula laced with captivating stories and numerous historical images of the artists, art and events that formed the art association and made it what it is today.

 

John O’Shea and Friends 

Price: $18.50

Exhibition catalogue featuring 102 color plates and biographies on the following artists:
John O’Shea (1876-1956), Burton Shepard Boundey (1879-1962) and Theodore Morrow Criley (1880-1930).

 

Six Early Women Artists: A Diversity of Style 

Price: $18.50

Exhibition catalogue featuring 162 color plate and biographies on the following artists:

Rowena Meeks Abdy (1887-1945)
Jeannette Maxfield Lewis (1894 -1982)
Eunice Cashion MacLennan (1886 -1966)
Laura Wasson Maxwell (1877-1967)
M. Evelyn McCormick (1869 -1948)
Mary DeNeale Morgan (1868 -1948)

 

 

The Legacy of Percy Gray 

Price: $40.00

Exhibition catalogue featuring over 100 color plates with essays by Barbara Dayer Gallati, curator, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Alfred Harrison, Owner and President, The Northpoint Gallery, S.F., Scott A. Shields, curator of fine arts, California Historical Society, S.F. Ca., Anita Noenning, Paper conservator, Sebastopol, CA., Holly Anderson, Paper Conservator, Sebastopol, CA., and Donald C. Whitton, grandnephew and biographer of Percy Gray.

 

E. Charlton Fortune: 1885 – 1969 

Price: $40.00

In conjunction with the E. Charlton Fortune Historical Exhibition, this special commemorative soft-cover catalogue features over seventy color images of the artist's work. Introduction written by Dr. William H. Gerdts, internationally known author of California Impressionism, considered the definitive book on California impressionism. Other writing contributions by the following: Tina Santi Flaherty, Steve Hauk, Janet Howell and Penny Perlmutter.

 

Carmel Art Association: Today 

Price: $10.00

Published in 1988, this catalog features over eighty of the then current Carmel Art Association artist members’ biographies and color plates of their work. 90 pages. Price was $19.95, discounted price $10.00

 

S.C. Yuan 

Price: $35.00

Exhibition catalogue featuring 111 color plates and over 70 pages of extensive history and essays by family friends and colleagues.

 

Carmel Art Association: Its Legends and Legacies 1927-2007 

Price: $45.00

The Carmel Art Association has had a rich and fascinating history since it was founded by a small number of local artists in 1927. Dick Crispo, artist and art historian provides a chronicle from that time up to today. Co-written by noted Monterey writer Lisa Crawford Watson, the 92-page book provides a context of art on the Monterey Peninsula laced with captivating stories and numerous historical images of the artists, art and events that formed the art association and made it what it is today. (Soft Bound edition)