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E. Ambrose Webster : chasing the sun : a modern painter of light and color

Author: Gail R Scott; John Paul Driscoll; E Ambrose Webster
Publisher: Manchester, Vt. ; New York : Hudson Hills Press, ©2009.
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"E. Ambrose Webster: Chasing the Sun is the first in-depth study of Webster's cosmopolitan career. Author Gail R. Scott reveals the full breadth of Webster's achievement in a richly illustrated book featuring over 150 color plates as well as photographs of Webster, his family, colleagues, and travels."--Jacket.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: E Ambrose Webster; Edwin Ambrose Webster; E Ambrose Webster
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gail R Scott; John Paul Driscoll; E Ambrose Webster
ISBN: 9781555953034 1555953034
OCLC Number: 273976914
Description: 224 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), portraits ; 29 cm
Contents: Acknowledgments / Gail Scott --
Preface / John Driscoll --
Beginnings and school years --
Provincetown: light, color, and a school --
Chasing the sun: color in the tropics --
The Armory Show and early critical acclaim --
Changes afoot: the move toward structure --
The figure --
Webster's legacy: "one of the big rich things."
Other Titles: Chasing the sun
Modern painter of light and color
Responsibility: Gail R. Scott ; preface by John Driscoll.

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E Ambrose Webster (1869-1935) was among the earliest and most accomplished American modernists. His rhapsodic landscapes of blazing sunlight and explosive colour are startling for their innovation.  Read more...

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