James Boren; a Study in Discipline
Northland Press, 1968 - 59 pages
In this "study in discipline" Dean Krakel assesses the artist in a perceptive manner, yet retains a philosophical and personal feeling. From his Cowboy Hall of Fame association Krekel has been able to see beneath the surface to show Boren first as a man and then as a fine painter of the Western scene.
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