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Remembering Santa Fe

Author: Willard Clark
Publisher: Salt Lake City : Gibbs Smith, Publisher, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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The author Willard F. Clark was a printmaker and artist who greatly shaped the way the rst of the world views old-time Santa Fe, New Mexico. Born in 1910 in Boston, he grew up in Argentina and studied art during the summers in New York City at Grand Central Station Art School and the Hawthorn Art Academy. In 1928, on his way to California, he stopped in Santa Fe, New Mexico and fell in love with the majestic  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Art
In art
Named Person: Willard Clark; Willard Clark
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Willard Clark
ISBN: 1586853597 9781586853594 1586851020 9781586851026
OCLC Number: 53276557
Notes: Originally published: Recuerdos de Santa Fe, 1928-1943. Santa Fe : Clark's Studio, 1990.
Description: 46 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Other Titles: Recuerdos de Santa Fe, 1928-1943
Responsibility: written and illustrated by Willard F. Clark ; [foreword by Kevin Ryan].
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The author Willard F. Clark was a printmaker and artist who greatly shaped the way the rst of the world views old-time Santa Fe, New Mexico. Born in 1910 in Boston, he grew up in Argentina and studied art during the summers in New York City at Grand Central Station Art School and the Hawthorn Art Academy. In 1928, on his way to California, he stopped in Santa Fe, New Mexico and fell in love with the majestic landscape of the American Southwest. There he started a small print shop and taught himself the craft of printing, cutting his own wood-blocks, setting type, and binding small books. Willard Clark developed a graphic style that came to represent early-twentieth-century Santa Fe to many around the world.

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