Contemporary American Marine Art
Design by N. Zaslavsky
Edited by Richard V. West
Foreword by Richard V. West and Dr. Karen J. Arbitman
Introduction by Robert C. Semler
This volume was published by the American Society of Marine Artists and the Frye Art Museum in association with the University of Washington Press in conjunction with the exhibition Contemporary American Marine Art: The Eleventh National Exhibition of the American Society of Marine Artists presented at the Frye Art Museum (July 4–September 14, 1997.
The Eleventh National Exhibition of the American Society of Marine Artists offers the opportunity to view contemporary works of American marine art. Varied in interpretation, technique and theme, the exhibition reflects a respect of marine art tradition. This publication reproduces one work by every artist represented in the exhibition accompanied by a statement provided by the artist.
This catalogue includes a foreword by Richard V. West and Dr. Karen J. Arbitman, an introduction by Robert C. Semler, and an exhibition checklist along with imagery and statements by each of the 62 participating artists.
67 pages, full color illustrations
11 x 8.5 in.
Catalogues published before 2010 have been in storage and may have small signs of wear and tear.