Detroit's Great Female Artists

Detroit's Great Female Artists

In Stock
"Detroit's Great Female Artists" by Suzanne Bilek 

With a fresh perspective and rare images from twelve of Detroit's finest artists, gain a new appreciation for the city's art legacy. See the romantic flourish of Patricia Hill Burnett's mayoral portraits, Niagara's biting pen-and-ink social commentary and the monumental works of Gilda Snowden that are on permanent display at the Detroit Institute of Arts. Pause before the paintings of Frida Kahlo, a giant in the art world, whose painful depictions of life in Detroit are the basis for her most moving paintings. Discover the historically significant landscapes, portraits and still lifes of Detroit's earliest professional artists who reached the pinnacle of the art world. Get privileged access to the artists and the methods that made them great through in-depth interviews and new research.

Publisher: The History Press
Paperback: 160 Pages
Dimensions: 6 x 9

Related Items

Recently Viewed Items