Title: The Art of California - Selected Works from the Collection of The Oakland Museum
Author(s): Christina Orr-Cahall
"The Art of California, Selected Works From the Collection of the Oakland Museum" is our effort to provide understanding and a view of the contents of the Art Department's permanent collection." "...The organization of the material in this book is intended to provide both the interested and the scholarly reader with an accessible overview of the art of California. The introductory essay...is followed by five essays by the curators on specific collecting areas. A section devoted to 150 individual California artists follows the essays." Christina Orr-Cahall, Oakland Museum, Oakland, May, 1984
11 x 9.5
Number of Pages: 119
Number of Photos: 157
Number of Color Photos: 37
Edited and with an introduction by Christina Orr-Cahall. Essays by Harvey L. Jones, Terry St. John, Therese Heyman, and Hazel V. Bray.
Copies of the artists' monograph may be obtained from the Oakland Museum Bookstore, 1000 Oak Street, Oakland, CA 94607. Tel: 1-510-834-2129.
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