6 edition of Mary Bonner, impressions of a printmaker found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 119-124.
|Statement||Mary Carolyn Hollers George.|
|LC Classifications||NE2012.B58 G4 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 125 p. :|
|Number of Pages||125|
|LC Control Number||81052666|
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Mary Bonner: Impressions of a Printmaker is the definitive account of the life of an iconic Texas artist known for her delicate etchings and prints of the places and people that make South Texas Bonner begins impressions of a printmaker book the artist’s early years in San Antonio and continues through her awakening as an artist at the Woodstock colony in upstate New York in summer to her years in Author: Mary Carolyn Hollers George.
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Mary Bonner, impressions of a printmaker. San Antonio: Trinity University Press, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Mary Anita Bonner; Mary Anita Bonner: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Mary Carolyn Hollers George.
Mary Bonner: Impressions of a Printmaker is the definitive account of the life of an iconic Texas artist known for her delicate etchings and prints of the places and people that make South Texas Bonner begins with the artist’s early years in San Antonio and continues through her awakening as an artist at the Woodstock colony in upstate New York in summer to her years in.
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BONNER, MARY ANITA (–). Mary (Polly) Bonner, artist and printmaker, daughter of Dr. Samuel Lafayette and Carrie Ann (Hill) Bonner, was born at Bayou Bartholomew Plantation near Bastrop, Louisiana, on Ma She and her older sister and brother, Emma Jane and William Feuilleteau, spent their formative years on the plantation.
According to Mary Carolyn Hollers George in her book, "Mary Bonner: Impressions Of A Printmaker", byMary Bonner began to spend more and more time back in San Antonio "and became so involved in the causes and concerns of art and conservation that the. According to Mary Carolyn Hollers George in her book, "Mary Bonner: Impressions Of A Printmaker", byMary Bonner began to spend more and more time back in San Antonio "and became so involved in the causes and concerns of art and conservation that the hours devoted to her own work must have diminished.".
Mary Bonner: This series contains the notes for Ms. George's book, Mary Bonner: Impressions of a Printmaker, published in Mary Bonner (), an artist from San Antonio, Texas, was praised during the 's in Paris, France, for her art depicting scenes of Texas life.
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Hollers George, Mary Carolyn. Mary Bonner: Impressions of a Printmaker. Trinity University Press: San Antonio. Mary Gillett Painter Printmaker Teacher. likes 1 talking about this. owers: George, Mary Carolyn Hollers. Mary Carolyn Hollers George Papers Materials are in English.
MS 51 linear feet (24 Boxes) University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections Mary Carolyn Hollers George is a writer and architectural historian. The Mary Carolyn Hollers George Collection consists of research notes, audio tapes of interviews, notes on the interviews and.
Le Taureau au Rodeo, is reproduced in a full color, fold-out page, on p plate number 6 of the book, Mary Bonner: Impressions of A Printmaker, by Mary Carolyn Hollers George. Mary Carolyn Hollers George is an architectural historian whose work has focused on Texas and Mexico. She is the author of Alfred Giles: An English Architect in Texas and Mexico, The Architectural Legacy of Alfred Giles: Selected Restorations, Mary Bonner: Impressions of a Printmaker, and O’Neil Ford: is a member of the Society of Architectural Historians and taught Brand: Wings Press.
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Hollers George, Mary Carolyn. Mary Bonner: Impressions of a Printmaker. Trinity University Press: San Antonio. About this book: This publication focuses on the life and times of Mary Bonner, one of the best-known Early Texas printmakers.
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Except in the case of monotyping, the process is capable of producing multiples of the same piece. [BONNER, MARY]. GEORGE, Mary Carolyn Hollers. Mary Bonner: Impressions of a Printmaker. San Antonio: Trinity University Press, . ix  pp., 28 full-page illustrations of Bonner’s prints (several in color, a few foldout), many other illustrations (mostly photographic or after Bonner’s works).
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