Realism in Revolution: The Art of the Boston School


This lovely volume outlines the historical tradition and aesthetic principles upon which the art of American painters known as the Boston School is rooted. It contains a preface by M. Stephen Doherty and 12 essays written by artists associated with R. H. Ives Gammell and Richard Lack.

Essays include:

Radical Currents of Classical Realism in Contemporary American Painting, by Mark Steven Walker

Painting: Understanding the Craft, by Richard Lack

Landscape Painting: The Artist’s Perspective, by Don Koestner

The Art Student’s Dilemma, by Kirk Richards

An Approach to Painting, by Richard W. Whitney

Thoughts on American Impressionism, by Gary Hoffman


Hardbound, 165 color and 18 black and white illustrations, 216 pages.

$50.00 plus shipping and handling.