2 edition of Gene Kloss found in the catalog.
A. Eugene Sanchez
|Statement||compiled by A. Eugene Sanchez ; with contributions by John E. Armstrong, Dory Hulbert, Joan M. Mertz.|
|Contributions||Kloss, Gene, 1903-, Armstrong, John E., Hulburt, Dory., Mertz, Joan M.|
|LC Classifications||NE539.K58 A4 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1-2 > :|
|LC Control Number||2008908452|
The only raisonne of the work of Gene Kloss, one of America's finest printmakers. A member of the National Academy, Kloss created prints rich in American West imagery and historical content. This is the largest compilation of Kloss' images ever published and is the culmination of over 13 years of research and collaboration with collectors. GENE KLOSS December Afternoon. Drypoint and aquatint, x mm; 7 1/4x9 inches, full margins. Edition of Signed and titled in pencil, lower margin. With--Snowy Banks, etching, x mm; 8x10 inches, full margins. Edition of Signed and titled in pencil, lower margin. Very good impressions. Kloss and Brand: Swann Auction Galleries.
- Explore tempest's board "Gene Kloss" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Mexico art, Art and Southwestern art pins. Southwest Immersions of Gene Kloss explores the specific subject matter of the painter and printmaker who made Taos, New Mexico her home for 70 years. A California native, Kloss () is known primarily for her expansive natural landscapes.
GK: Gene Kloss SL: The interviewer is Mrs. Sylvia Loomis of the Santa Fe office of the Archives of American Art and the particular phase of American Art to be discussed will be that of the federal art project of the s and '40s. ART NEWS called Gene Kloss “ one of our most sensitive and sympathetic interpreters of the American Southwest.” Inside This Book Hardcover: 8 1/2 X 11 ISBN: pp.,$ Softcover: 8 1/2 x 11 ISBN: pp.,$
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This book features reproductions of the famous Gene Kloss's work, along with words by her husband Phillips Kloss.
This is the collectible 20th anniversary Gene Kloss book. Seller Inventory # ac Book has no markings, tears, or wear. 25th anniversary edition showing art works f The Francis King Collection of Western Art, The Collection of Intaglio Prints by Gene Kloss, andRuth Gast Collection of Historic Santos; ISBN Gene Kloss: Etchings Author Kloss, Phillips, Explanatory Text by Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Very Good Jacket condition Good Edition 1st Binding Hardcover ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Sunstone Press Place of Publication Santa Fe, NM Date published Size 4toBook Edition: 1st.
--Midwest Book Review ''Gene Kloss Etchings is a superbly presented and memorable collection of impressive black-and-white art pieces by Taos, New Mexico-based artist Gene Kloss showcasing the spirit of the southwest, especially its Native American cultural traditions.
Moving images enhanced with brief yet thoughtful commentary by the artist's 5/5(6). out of 5 stars Gene Kloss is America's Rembrandt. Reviewed in the United States on Aug I discovered Gene Kloss' etchings while in the Santa Fe/ Taos area this summer.5/5(1). Gene Kloss.
Gene (Geneva) Kloss and her husband, poet Phil Kloss, both California natives, discovered Taos in during a road trip to the East. Inthe Klosses settled permanently in New Mexico.
The magic of Taos and its mountains captivated her as they did so many artists of the 20s. Gene Kloss and her husband, Gene Kloss book poet Phillips Kloss, were notable figures in the Anglo community of Taos.
The couple visited the area in the s while on their honeymoon, and looking back on her first experience of a vibrant southwestern sunset, Gene wrote that “I was a New Mexican from then on.”Born: Estimate: $1, - $1, Description: GENE KLOSS ( - ) Dancers Will Bring Rain, etching and drypoint, 21 / 25 signed lower right: Gene Kloss editioned and titled lower left: 21 / 25 Dancers Will Bring Rain Dimensions: 8 7/8 x 11 7/8 inches Framed Dimensions: 15 1/2 x 18 1/2 x 7/8 inches Provenance: Private Collection, Texas Literature: A.
Eugene Sanchez. This is a very fine impression of a rare and desirable work. The margins are somewhat narrow and the condition is fine. "Kloss considered this print to be her most perfect aquatint." (See p Volume II, of the recently published catalog raisonne of Kloss prints by Gene Sanchez ().
SOLD: Trees by Moonlight. Gene Kloss (), painter and printmaker, was born Alice Geneva Glasier in Oakland, California. She studied at the University of California at Berkeley, graduating with honors in art inand the California School of Fine Arts in San Francisco.
With the encouragement of her professor, Perham Nahl, she began etching in Gene Kloss. American, – Followers. Follow. following. Overview. Works for sale (12) Auction results. Biography. After discovering the small town of Taos, New Mexico on her honeymoon inprintmaker Gene Kloss embarked on a career-defining endeavor to document the landscape and people of this Western region.
Though originally Nationality: American. View Gene Kloss’s artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices.
See available prints and multiples, works on paper, and paintings for sale and learn about the ality: American. This oil painting hung in Gene’s kitchen for over 25 years.
I purchased it from her doctor’s grandson. Rare, hard to find Kloss oil paintings. Gene Kloss () – The Old Bridge etching4 & 1/2″ x 3 & 1/2″. Excellent condition, nice image. This is Kloss #1, her first print, and so listed in the catalogue.
Kloss was born Alice Geneva Glasier in Oakland, California, in In his introduction to the monograph Gene Kloss Etchings, her husband, the poet Phillips Kloss, wrote that she went by the name. Gene Kloss etchings.
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Find more information about: ISBN: Gene Kloss was born Alice Geneva Glasier, in Oakland, California. She studied at the University of California, Berkley (graduating with honors in Art in ) and the California School of Fine Art in San Francisco.
With the encouragement of her professor, Perham Nahl, she began etching in. Today the name Gene Kloss, NA, is synonymous with copperplate etchings and when this book was first published by Sunstone Press in the early s, it quickly became a collector's item. No wonder because her limited edition prints are now becoming priceless on the art market.
This 20th anniversary edition, the sole complete source of information on this outstanding artist, contains. Gene Kloss: A Centennial Tribute. The Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center in Pueblo, Cob., is the largest repository of artworks by renowned printmaker Gene year, the center will honor the artist's centennial birthday with three exhibits featuring her work from the center's collection that includes over prints, 40 tools, plates and even her printing : () Born in Oakland, CA on J Gene Glasier was introduced to etching by Perham Nahl at UC Berkeley where she graduated in After marrying poet Phillips Kloss inshe furthered her art studies at the CSFA and CCAC.
During her lifetime, Gene Kloss etched more than copper plates, with editions ranging from five to Every print in every edition she pulled herself.
Believing subject matter dictated technique, she adeptly employed etching, drypoint, aquatint, mezzotint, roulette, soft ground and many experimental approaches, often on the same plate.
Today the name Gene Kloss, NA, is synonymous with copperplate etchings and when this book was first published by Sunstone Press in the early s, it quickly became a collector's item. No wonder, because her limited edition prints are now becoming priceless on the art market.
This 20th Author: Phillips Kloss.Processional - Taos by Gene Kloss A work from the collections of the de Young and Legion of Honor museums of San Francisco, CA.Genre/Form: Art: Named Person: Gene Kloss; Gene Kloss: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Harwood Foundation.
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