Title: Charles Griffin Farr: A Retrospective
Author(s): Christina Orr-Cahall
"The phrase, 'artists who have paid their dues' is applied to artists who have worked hard, developed their own styles, and toughed it out, often not receiving the recognition due to them. At least a dozen artists, critics, and curators have used this phrase when learning of this retrospective exhibition for Charles Griffin Farr. It is a term of esteem..." Christine Orr-Cahall, Chief Curator of Art, Oakland Museum, Oakland, February, 1984
8 x 8
Number of Pages: 56
Number of Photos: 21
Number of Color Photos: 13
Catalogue produced by the Oakland Museum to accompany the 1984 exhibition of Farr's works. Ms. Orr-Cahall was the Chief Curator of Art at the Oakland Museum at the time of publication. This book was recommended to us by Harvey Jones, Chief Curator of American Art of the Museum.
Copies of the artist monograph may be obtained from the Oakland Museum Bookstore, 1000 Oak Street, Oakland, CA 94607. Tel: 1-510-834-2129.
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