The enigmatic and poetic American artist Albert Pinkham Ryder (1847-1917) is best known for the haunting landscapes based on historical and literary themes that he created largely during the 1880s and 1890s. In his highly detailed biography, Homer scrutinizes Ryder's work from art historical, technical, and conservation points of view, devoting more text than Broun to the conservation problems inherent in the artist's works and how conservation techniques have been employed to reveal Ryder forgeries.
In excellent, like new condition. Lightest sign of wear on the bottom right corner of the cover. Pages in excellent condition with no flaws. Softcover.