Philadelphia. Philadelphia Museum of Art. 2001.
Profusely illustrated with full page and in-text color and black and white illustrations, 446 pp, bibliography, index, folio, cloth-covered boards in color pictorial dustjacket (hardbound). Very good condition; light creasing to dustjacket edges and light soiling to lower edge of text block. From the title page "Lavishly illustrated with more than 250 of Eakins's most significant paintings, watercolors, drawings, photgraphs, and sculptures, the book features essays by prominent scholars who place his art in the context of the history and culture of late nineteenth-century Philadelphia, where he lived...Eakins's own photographs, which he used as part of his unique creative process, are also examined for the first time in the full context of his life's work" Item #32301