Hardcover, 124 pgs., ISBN 9780939896028
11 x 9"
By John B. Henry III, Franklin Riehlman, Michael Martin, and Valerie Leeds
Midwestern artist, Edmund Lewandowski (1914-1988) was an influential painter and art educator known for his images of industrial, urban, and architectural subjects. He is often included in the canons of Precisionism and is considered the preeminint second-generation Precisionist, yet his work has not received the attention it deserves. This publication accompanied the first ever retrospective of the artist's work, and explores his art, life, career, as well as his impact as a painter and educator.
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