Edited by Richard Lack. Written by participating artists.
A unique perspective on painting. The only book about how painters see, think and work, with in-depth analysis provided by those who are truly qualified, the painters themselves. This work is a tribute to the Boston School and to the legacy of painting works of beauty and truth-to-nature handed down to them. Eleven essays with full-color reproductions covering all aspects of the painter's craft and reproductions of two dozen artists. A must for serious students and collectors. 216 pages. 150 color illustrations.