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MERCEDES LASARTE. In the Collection of Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza by  Mercedes Lasarte - Hardcover - Signed - 1999-01-01 - from Epilonian Books (SKU: 20170905001)

MERCEDES LASARTE. In the Collection of Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza

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MERCEDES LASARTE. In the Collection of Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza

by Lasarte, Mercedes

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Lunwerg Editores, (1999), 1999-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Signed by Author. Lunwerg Editores, Spain [Published date: 1999. Hard cover [90] pp. No other printings listed. Text in English. Inscribed (personalized) by artist ("Mercedes" - first name only) on front free end paper. Includes 46 single page, full color reproductions of Lasarte's works. Exhibition list on back jacket flap. Intro by Tomas Llorens. Very good in very good condition. Light blue cloth covered boards with white lettering on front. Light bumping and scuffing to edges and corners of covers. Binding tight. Pages clean and unmarked. Dust jacket has a few small nicks and tears and light creasing along edges. Light overall scuffing to jacket as well. Now in an archival quality Brodart cover. NOT Ex-Library. No remainder marks. [From front jacket flap] IVII-I\^LL^L-O LMOMKIL Argentine born, Ms, Lasarte earned her bachelor's degree in Education. Her minor field of study, and long time interest, was the fine arts, including particularly drawing, painting and sculpture, During the late 60's, she relocated to Boston while her husband attended Harvard Universily, She spent her days in the area's many fine museums sketching and studying the works of the masters represented there. Extensive reading about the lives and work of major artists lent the discipline of formal education to her museum studies then and in later years. Moving to Los Angeles, Ms, Lasarte attended UCLA and Otis/Parsons Art School. While at these schools she continued to polish her skills as a painter and sculptor while absorbing the techniques of the masters. Being based here has granted her the foundation from which to learn and seek out other collections throughout the world…Her paintings reflect her favorite post-impressionist artists with her own techniques and individuality. As her style defines form and space with strong, bright colors, it produces uniquely serious pieces which are pleasing and decorative. Mercedes Lasartes’ works are in collections on four continents that include the very maters she had always emulated.


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MERCEDES LASARTE. In the Collection of Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza
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