Alan Flattmann's French Quarter Impressions

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Pelican Publishing, 2002 - Art - 128 pages
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Alan Flattmann's French Quarter Impressions includes a foreword by E. John Bullard, the Montine McDaniel Freeman Director of the New Orleans Museum of Art, as well as more than 120 color images portraying everything from the French Market to St. Louis Cathedral. The author provides an in-depth look at Alan Flattmann�s work, artistic career, and his interpretation of the world around him through art. It also includes an introduction describing the French Quarter, from the people and architecture to the unique mood, as well as an historical essay on the famous New Orleans neighborhood.

 

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About the author (2002)

John R. Kemp received a bachelors degree from Loyola University in New Orleans and a masters degree from the University of Southern Mississippi. A former staff writer for the New Orleans Times-Picayune, he is a frequent contributor to cultural and arts publications, including Southern Accents, Louisiana Life, and Art and Antiques. Kemp was chief curator of the Louisiana State Museums Historical Center in New Orleans. He is the author of a collection of books on art for Pelican, including The Solace of Nature: A Photographers Journey, Rolland Golden: The Journey of a Southern Artist, Vanishing Paradise: Duck Hunting in the Louisiana Marsh, Manchac Swamp: Louisianas Undiscovered Wilderness, and Alan Flattmanns French Quarter Impressions. Kemp resides in Covington, Louisiana.

Alan Flattmann is a native New Orleanian who studied at the John McCrady Art School on a New Orleans Art Association scholarship. Flattmann is a recipient of the American Artist Art Masters Award for pastels and the Master Pastelist distinction by the Pastel Society of America. His works are treasured pieces of numerous public, private, and corporate art collections.

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