Daniel Kelly con Daniel Kelly: An American Artist In Japan [Idioma Inglés]
Reseña del editor Daniel Kelly has won worldwide renown for his printmaking and his large paintings. This book catalogues Kelly's work from 1977 onwards in 3 parts: Painting: 44 colour plates of his finest works; Printmaking: 42 colour plates of the best of his prints; and Print Catalogue Raisonne, a catalogue of all his editioned prints from 1977 to 2009. Daniel Kelly has won worldwide renown for his printmaking and his striking, large paintings. His work has been purchased by major art institutions worldwide, from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, to the Los Angeles County Museum of. NOTA: El libro no está en español, sino en inglés. Biografía del autor Daniel Kelly was born in Idaho Falls, Idaho USA in 1947. He studied painting from Mort Levin at the Levin studio in San Francisco and woodblock printing from Tomikichiro Tokuriki in Kyoto. He has had numerous one-man exhibitions in Japan and the US. He has also been represented in the biannual exhibition of prints at the Brooklyn Museum, and more than twenty times at the College Women's Association of Japan exhibition of Japanese prints held annually in Tokyo. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, continues to publish the popular children's book Museum ABC featuring his work among other works from the museum collection. World-famous Japanese novelist Banana Yoshimoto offers a Foreword, and Curator of Japanese art at Los Angeles County Museum of Art Holly Goodall provides a critical Introduction.