Artists at Continent’s End: The Monterey Peninsula Art Colony 1875-1907

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The Monterey Peninsula's magnificent topography, unspoiled nature, eventful history and freedom from social constraints proved an irresistible draw for intellectuals and artists in the 19th and early 20th centuries, and inspired a distinctive Tonalist style. Shields devotes entire chapters to the local artists of the most significance, such as Jules Tavernier, who led the flow of artists to the area in 1875, William Keith, George Inness, Charles Rollo Peters, Arthur and Lucia Mathews, Francis McComas, and Gottardo Piazzoni. Shorter biographies cover many other artists. Containing many images published for the first time, this book accompanied the 2006 exhibition organized by the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento, CA

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