Stuart Davis in Gloucester
Vendor: Cape Ann Museum Store
By Karen Wilkin
Hardcover, 128 pages
"A great art requires a great audience of at least one person."- Stuart Davis
At a crucial point, Stuart Davis found that elusive and energizing combination in Gloucester. Explore the influence of this fishing community and Red Cottage Society on the art of Stuart Davis, a principal founder of American abstraction. This book was printed in conjunction with a traveling exposition of Davis' work spanning three decades and features an introduction by Judith McColloch from the the Cape Ann Historical Society and an essay by renowned art critic and scholar Karne Wilkin.
Copyright 1999 Judith McCulloch and Sharon Worley with Hard Press, Inc