Gene Kloss: An American Printmaker: A Raisonne

Gene Kloss: An American Printmaker: A Raisonne

Univ of New Mexico Pr

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Rich in American West imagery and historical content, this is the largest compilation of images of one of America's finest printmakers, National Academician Alice Geneva (Glasier) Kloss. These 2 hardcover volumes presented in a custom slipcase contain 482 of Kloss' 627 catalogued images, plus many rare uncatalogued prints and sketches spanning 1924 to 1985. Along with personal notes and letters from Kloss to Mary L. Sanchez, the author's mother, the owner of Gallery A in Taos, this limited first edition contains extensive alphanumeric cross referencing, updated dimensions, dates, edition numbers and media. It is a culmination of over thirteen years of research and collaboration with collectors, galleries, and fine art museums.


A retired architect, A. Eugene ("Gene") Sanchez conceived the idea to compile and publish this comprehensive collection in the mid-1990's. Gene Kloss's work was exhibited at Gallery A in Taos, New Mexico, his family's venture, from 1960 until it closed, 47 years late,r and it was for decades the exclusive dealer of her new work. Mr. Sanchez lives in Taos with his wife and collaborator, Jules. He is an elected local official and a past member of the board of directors to the governor's New Mexico Capital Art Foundation.

Pub Date: 2009
Format: Hardback
Pages: 582
Size: 9.75 x 11.75 inches

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