The Journeys of A Southern ArtistBook - 2005
The work of a three-time recipient of the National Arts Club First Place Award is collected here and includes paintings of the French Quarter, the rural South, the Appalachian Mountains, and more.
This collection chronicles almost two hundred works created over four decades and two continents, including paintings of the French Quarter, the rural South, the Appalachian Mountains, the streets of New York, the wooded New England landscape, and the villages and meadows of southern France.
The colorful and both dreamlike and photographically realistic landscapes and cityscapes created by Golden of the American South, New York City, the Northeast, Paris, and the south of France are reproduced in full-page color plates of excellent quality in this oversize (11.25x14.25") volume. Kemp, an author in New Orleans who serves as the assistant director of the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, provides a chronicle of the artist's life, career, and influences. Annotation ©2006 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)