From Lake Union to the Louvre | The Etchings of Paul Morgan Gustin
Designed by Charla Reid
By David F. Martin
Edited by Debra J. Byrne and Joseph N. Newland
Essay by Debra J. Byrne
This catalogue was published by the Frye Art Museum in conjunction with its exhibition From Lake Union to the Louvre: The Etchings of Paul Morgan Gustin (September 24, 2004–January 2, 2005).
Paul Morgan Gustin was one of Seattle’s most prominent artists in the early twentieth century. His Impressionist landscapes were among the first paintings by an artist from the Pacific Northwest to achieve national and international acclaim. His etched images date from 1911–1929 and range in subject matter from the atmospheric environs of Puget Sound to the architecture of Paris.
This publication includes essays by Debra J. Byrne and David F. Martin along with grayscale illustrations of the exhibition artworks, and a biography of the artist.
45 pages, grayscale illustrations
9.25 x 7.75 in.
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