Title: Rinaldo Cuneo - An Evolution of Style

Author(s): Monica E. Garcia-Thow

"Following his last retrospective exhibition held in 1961, the masterful paintings of Rinaldo Cuneo lapsed into obscurity. Literally locked in a warehouse, they were hidden from public view for some 30 years. Ironically, during the 1920s and 1930s, Cuneo was one of the most prominent artistic personalities in Northern California. He was at one time even called 'the Painter of San Francisco' for his cityscapes. Through constant stylistic Tonalism and Impressionism, finally developing his own personal interpretation of Modernism..." Whitney Ganz; May 16, 1991


10 x 12

ISBN: 0-939370-08-5

Number of Pages: 117

Number of Photos: 136

Number of Color Photos: 99

Catalogue accomanying an exhibition of Cuneo's "The Painter of San Francisco" works. The estate of the artist was purchased by William A. Karges in 1989.

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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