East Hampton Long Island New York: Guild Hall Museum, 1969. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. Item #26514
(20) pages; black and white illustrations. Alphabetically-organized list of artworks exhibited, with artist name, dates, title of piece, media, size of piece, provenance. Including E.A. Abbey, George Bogert, A.T. Bricher, William Merritt Chase, Catherine St. John Harper, Zella de Milhau, Winslow Homer, several members of the Moran family, Stephen Parrish, Irving Wiles and others. A special "Study Group" at back lists "...paintings and prints that were of considerable interest but that required further study..." Foreword by Nelson C. White; organized by James Abbe, Jr. Additionally, James Abbe, Jr. and Enez Whipple, Director of the Guild Hall, provide an introduction to the exhibition & its history, referring to the Charles Burr Todd article, the reprint of which is also found here. Approx. 6" x 8 7/8" size; illustrated and printed stapled paper covers; light wear; in very good condition. Laid-in is the (8) page illustrated reprint of the April, 1883 Lippincott's Magazine article by Charles Burr Todd, "The American Barbison"(sic) giving more contemporary background on the subject covered in the Guild Hall exhibition; light wear, in very good condition.