Lee Gatch: 1902-1968
Breeskin, Adelyn Dohme
Price: 49.50 USD
Washington, DC: National Collection of Fine Arts / Smithsonian Institution Press, 1971. Wraps. 64 pp. 4 color, 35 bw. Catalogue lists 58 works. Essays by Duncan Phillips, Perry Rathbone, Peggy Lewis and Francis Steegmuller. Gatch was a New Jersey artist, who had a studio in Lambertville, NJ. His chief influence was Paul Klee, although he did study with Andre Lhote in Paris. Chronological listing of awards and exhibitions, bibliography. THIS COPY is heavily annotated by a trained eye who was at the exhibition, and makes for great reference. Catalog of an exhibition held at the National Collection of Fine Arts, Washington, D.C., Oct. 6-Nov. 14, 1971; Washington University Gallery of Art, St. Louis, Dec. 1, 1971-Jan. 15, 1972; and the Newark Museum, Newark, N.J., Feb. 2-Mar. 12, 1972. VG, exlibrary.
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