Prolific and proficient in several media, William F. Reese was best known as one of America’s premier plein air artists, reveling in the majesty of the Northwest and setting up his easel outdoors in all kinds of weather and in every kind of location. He worked mostly in oil, but also produced many watercolors, pastels, sculptures, drawings, lithographs, and etchings. Reese relied heavily on personal observation, working from live models and in the field, each piece a personal statement from and about his life. His art has been shown throughout the United States and in many exhibitions abroad.
William F. Reese is a timeless book written in 1984 by Mary N. Balcomb, with a forward by Wilson Hurley. A richly illustrated and informative book. Contains a special section of artist’s notes. 44 black-and-white sketches and 78 full color plates.
First edition $80, 176 pages, hard cover, 11 x 9-1/2 inches, in original shrink wrap!