- Hardcover: 300 pages
- Publisher: The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio; 1000 edition (2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1882790715
- ISBN-13: 978-1882790715
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FOOTPRINTS: THE ART AND LIFE OF GARY ERBE Hardcover – 2016
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FOOTPRINTS: THE ART AND LIFE OF GARY ERBE A newly released book published by The Butler Institute of American Art, Ohio This large format scholarly written volume is hard cover, 300 pages with over 250 illustrations. This is the most comprehensive book written on one of Americas foremost Trompe l’oiel artists. A distinguished group of art historians focuses in depth on the artist’s life and over fifty years of creating an impressive body of work consistent in quality and vision. Contributing writers are Dr. Thomas Folk, Dr. Carol Lowrey, Dr. Christine I. Oaklander, Carter Ratcliff, Dr. Michael W. Schantz and Dr. Louis A. Zona. Mr. Erbe personally devotes one chapter of this 11 chapter book on the technical aspects associated with painting including how to prepare canvas like the old masters, special formula for the oil medium he uses, the proper varnish to use and the palette. This first edition book is limited in numbers and a must for art lovers and students of all ages.
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