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Total Price: $92 (plus tax of $7.40 in Tennessee only)
Book price: $80, Packing and shipping: $12

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Paul Harmon
The Studio
1304 Wilson Pike
Brentwood, Tennessee, 37027

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Book Basic Specs:

Title: “Paul Harmon, Crossing Borders”
Paperback: 360 pages, plus cover
Cover: Laminated, with fold-in front and back covers
Color: 4-color, plus spot varnish on all art works
Images: Paintings, 526 (ancillary images, 124) Total 650
Publisher: The Studio
Printer: C&C Offset Co., Ltd.
Language: English
ISBN: 978-0-615-31132-6 (paper)
Library of Congress Control Number: 2009907756
Book Dimensions: 9.5 X 12 X 1.25 inches
Shipping Weight: 5 pounds

Paul Harmon: Crossing Borders

This 360-page book is an exquisite monograph on the paintings of Paul Harmon (b.1939), an internationally exhibited artist who for 11 years, from 1986 to early 1998, divided his time between permanent studio/residences in Paris, France and Brentwood, Tennessee.

“Paul Harmon, Crossing Borders” is a comprehensive survey of 526 selected paintings luxuriously printed in full color with 124 ancillary photographs and art images from the years 1961 to mid 2009. Total number of images is 650.

The focus is constrained to Harmon’s oils and acrylic works on canvas and panel.

Included is an edifying illustrated essay by the esteemed art historian, Robert L. McGrath, Professor of Art History, Emeritus, Dartmouth College.

Components of the book include an extensive art biography, and a section of review, interview & lecture snippets, plus quotes and correspondence that provide the reader with an illuminating insight into the work and the artist.

Contents Guide:

  1. An American in Paris: The Art of Paul Harmon by Robert L. McGrath
  2. Gleanings and Fragments. Words by and about the Artist
  3. Le Pochoir: Early Stencil Works. The 1980s
  4. Themes & Variations. The 1990s
  5. Le Voyage & Crossing Borders. 2000 – 2007
  6. The Passport Paintings. 2008 – 2009
  7. Beginnings. A Review of Selected Early Works. 1960s 1970s
  8. Biography. Exhibitions, Interviews and Published Print List