Haddock: a painter's life

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Distributed by University of Washington Press, 1989 - Art - 193 pages
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Recounts the life and work of the Southwestern painter, who began his career in California, but spent over thirty years in Santa Fe, supporting himself as a baggage clerk in order to be free to paint as he pleased

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Contents

CALIFORNIA FOOTHILL BEGINNINGS
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RITES OF PASSAGE
21
STOCKTON INDUSTRIAL SCENES
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