Title: Cornelis Botke: Painter and Etcher Revisited

Author(s): Deborah Epstein Solon

"Although Cornelis Botke won numerous awards during his lifetime and was critically acclaimed, his work was often overshadowed by the career of his wife, artist Jessie Arms Botke. Through this publication it our pleasure to present a comprehensive study of the paintings, etchings and life story of Cornelis. We hope this catalogue will generate renewed interest and appreciation of his oeuvre." Whitney Ganz, August 1996

 

8.5 x 10

ISBN: 1-886394-01-6

Number of Pages: 48

Number of Photos: 49

Number of Color Photos: 21

Catalogue of Cornelis Botke's art produced by Whitney Ganz, Director of the Los Angeles gallery of William A. Karges Fine Art. Critically acclaimed Cornelis was often overshadowed by the artistic genius of his wife Jesse. Karges is the exclusive representative of the estate of Cornelis Botke.

This artist monograph is available through William A. Karges Fine Art, 9001 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Phone: 310-276-8551, Fax: 310-276-7980

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