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John Baeder's Road Well Taken
John Baeder's Road Well Taken
John Baeder's Road Well Taken
John Baeder's Road Well Taken
John Baeder's Road Well Taken
John Baeder's Road Well Taken
John Baeder's Road Well Taken
John Baeder's Road Well Taken

John Baeder's Road Well Taken

Product ID : 15849246


Galleon Product ID 15849246
UPC / ISBN 9780865653191
Shipping Weight 1.58 lbs
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Binding: Hardcover
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Manufacturer Imusti
Shipping Dimension 9.13 x 6.57 x 1.1 inches
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Author Jay Williams
Brand Imusti
Number Of Pages 272
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 2015-10-20
Release Date 2015-10-20
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About John Baeder's Road Well Taken

A fascinating trip through the evocative remnants of a vanishing America, this book is also a portrait of an artist who has captured the nostalgic essence of what’s been lost. In 1972, John Baeder (b. 1938) left a career on Madison Avenue to become a full-time painter, gambling his livelihood on art dealer Ivan Karp’s evaluation of his first four canvases: a diner, a motel, a gas station, a tourist camp. Based on color postcards in his growing collection of roadside memorabilia, they launched a career that put him at the forefront of the growing photorealist movement. Baeder’s paintings, particularly of classic diners, were an immediate success, and he scoured the country for prime examples to document before they disappeared. Here, Jay Williams recounts the inside story of Baeder’s multifaceted career. With more than 300 illustrations of his highly collectible paintings, watercolors, vintage photographs, printed ephemera, and three-dimensional memorabilia, this is an artist’s journey, traveled along the back highways of the United States.