Reginald Rowe: a retrospective, 1963-1995

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Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum, Jan 1, 1996 - Art - 76 pages
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Reginald Rowe is a painter of distinction with a remarkable drive to create. An artist and art teacher in San Antonio for over thirty years, he has created a body of work that describes a creative journey of depth and continuity reflecting a passion for his art.This volume is the catalog of a retrospective exhibition of Rowe's work mounted by San Antonio's Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum in 1996. The Rowe exhibition was the first of five retrospectives planned by the museum to honor the work of artists who have made a major contribution to the visual arts in San Antonio and South Texas.With 48 color plates, this catalog beautifully illustrates the evolution of Rowe's abstract painting style. An extended essay by William J. Chiego traces the artist's life and career, giving detailed consideration to the stylistic properties of Rowe's work. The catalog also includes an interview with Rowe, in which he reflects on his artistic development. A checklist of the exhibition, a bibliography, and lists of the collections and exhibitions of Rowe's work complete the volume.

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CONTENTS
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A CONVERSATION WITH REGINALD ROWE
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Lenders to the Exhibition 6
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