Title: Phil Dike

Author(s): Janet Lovoos, Gordon T. McLelland

"Phil Dike's perception of his environment, his dramatic sense of pictorial design, and his love of life, color and atmosphere have led to the body of masterfully conceived and executed paintings discussed and illustrated here. He has drawn on his life experiences for his work, starting with his student days in California, New York and Europe and his travels to the Southwest deserts and mining camps. He has produced a vibrant portrayal of the life and the scenery along the California bays, harbors and wilderness coast where he has spent his career as an artist and teacher." (Excerpt from the book's dust cover.)


9 x 11

ISBN: 0-914589-03-2

Number of Pages: 63

Number of Photos: 62

Number of Color Photos: 62

Revered artist Phil Dike (1906-1990) painted scenes up and down the coast of California.

Available through Hillcrest Press, 3412 W. McArthur Blvd., Unit G, Santa Ana, CA 92704. Tel: 1-714-751-4030, 1-800-248-8057.

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