[Jackson, Billy Morrow] Wooden, Howard E.
BILLY MORROW JACKSON: INTERPRETATIONS OF TIME AND LIGHT
Chicago: University of Illinois Press, (1990.) Hardcover First Edition
First printing. A beautiful large format book containing almost 100 reproductions of paintings - most in full color - by Jackson, a contemporary American realist and one of the leading landscape artists of the Midwest. Included are'the Illinois prairie landscapes, as well as the cityscapes, townscapes, interior views, works with social and political themes, and murals done by Jackson over the past forty years, all of them reflecting his fascination with the subtle yet pervasive impact of time and light on art and on life.' Extensive text by Wooden, notes, listings of the figures and of Jackson's exhibitions, index. 147 pp., oblong format, printed on heavy glossy paper throughout. A volume in the series Visions of Illinois. Fine in a near fine dust jacket (a new copy, but with some sunning to the spine of the dj.) .ISBN # 0-252017358
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