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Woody Guthrie : art works

Author: Woody Guthrie; Nora Guthrie; Steven Brower
Publisher: New York : Rizzoli, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Other than the drawings for his autobiography Bound for Glory, few have seen Guthrie's art. This is because most of it is inextricably bound into the diaries and work-books into which he poured his images, and which are presented here for the first time." "Guthrie worked as a commercial artist, illustrating album covers, books, and newspaper columns, and kept a daily record of his life, and of American life, in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Notebooks, sketchbooks, etc
Named Person: Woody Guthrie; Woody Guthrie
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Woody Guthrie; Nora Guthrie; Steven Brower
ISBN: 0847827380 9780847827381
OCLC Number: 62245876
Notes: "The journals, drawings, and sketchbooks of an American original"--Cover.
Description: 344 p. (some folded) : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm.
Contents: Foreword / Billy Bragg --
Preface / Nora Guthrie --
A photographer without a camera / Steven Brower --
1935-1941: How he looks at things / Steven Brower --
1942-1947: Paint you my song / Steven Brower --
1948-1957: And I've got to be drifting along / Steven Brower --
Afterword / Jeff Tweedy.
Other Titles: Woody Guthrie artworks
Responsibility: Nora Guthrie and Steven Brower ; with contributions from Billy Bragg and Jeff Tweedy.
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Documenting Woody Guthrie's vast cultural legacy, this book contains a wealth of evocative paintings, drawings, sketches, writings and other meaningful, inspirational material found in his hundreds  Read more...

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