Lawrence C. Goldsmith: A Life in Watercolor

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Hudson Hills Press, 2004 - Art - 94 pages
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Lawrence Goldsmith's focus throughout his career never wavered from the enigmatic beauty of the watercolor. His personal approach was an organic one; by working with what he saw evolving on the paper, taking advantage of, and even creating "accidents," Goldsmith produced a body of work ranging from delicate, dreamy landscapes to masterful rock- and seascapes, particularly through his unerring sense of color and deft calligraphy. This monograph is the first comprehensive look at the life and watercolors of this influential American artist.

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Carl Little is the author of "Edward Hopper's New England" (1993) and "Winslow Homer: His Art, His Light, His Landscapes" (1997). His essays and reviews appear in "Art New England, Town & Country, " and "Art in America", where he was formerly associate editor. He has lectured at the Portland Museum of Art and the Farnsworth Art Museum in Maine.

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