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Panoply Books offers unusual, offbeat, rare and out-of-print quality used books. We also offer a diverse collection of vinyl records, art, textiles, ephemera and more. Please see description for more details. A splendid celebration of the American painter's magnificent work by the expert pen and selection of Lance Humphries. Lavishly illustrated with Garber's awe-inspiring art, filled with biographical details inserted in a clear and fascinating narration of his life, these two handsome volumes are a treasure for any art lover's library.

The two-volume catalog raisonne of American landscape painter Daniel . Items related to Daniel Garber: Catalogue Raisonne (2 vols.

The two-volume catalog raisonne of American landscape painter Daniel Garber (1880-1958), who is best known for his depictions of the Delaware River valley and the area surrounding New Hope, Pennsylvania. Consisting of 1450 individual catalogue entries, Volume II documents and reproduces every extant work by Garber, and includes information about many now missing.

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Daniel Garber Catalogue Raisonné. Daniel Garber Catalogue Raisonné. New York: Hollis Taggart Galleries. Vol. 2. Lance Humphries (2006). Daniel Garber: His Life and Work. 1.

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Daniel Garber (1880-1958) - artwork prices, pictures and values. Lance Humphries, Daniel Garber: Catalogue Raisonné, Volume II, New York: Hollis Taggart Galleries, 2006, p. 418, cat. E 27 (illustrated).

Daniel Garber (1880-1958) - artwork prices, pictures and values. Daniel Garber - Early May - Stockton.

Artist's Record Book, vo. A Study and Gallery of Paintings, New York, 1982, p. 139, illustrated Lance Humphries, Daniel Garber: Catalogue Raisonné.

Artist's Record Book, vol. I, p. 9; vol. II, no. 209, p. 70; vol. III, p. 37 John Nutting, "Joint Exhibition in the St. Botolph Club: Sculpture of Charles Grafly and Paintings of Daniel Garber Combine to Make an Interesting Collection," Advertiser, Boston, Massachusetts, 1911, SB I, 122, pp. 2-3 William Macbeth Gallery, Biographical Notes, New York, circa 1914, illustrated p. 38 Lorinda Munson Bryant, American Pictures and Their Painters, New York, 1917, illustrated fi. 188, opp. p. 238 Joseph S. Czestochowski, The American Landscape Tradition: A Study and Gallery of Paintings, New York, 1982, p. 139, illustrated Lance Humphries, Daniel Garber: Catalogue Raisonné, vol.

Lance Humphries, Daniel Garber: Catalogue Raisonné, Volume II, Hollis Taggart Galleries, 2006, p. 206, cat. P 560 (illustrated)

Lance Humphries, Daniel Garber: Catalogue Raisonné, Volume II, Hollis Taggart Galleries, 2006, p. P 560 (illustrated). note: One of the most influential Pennsylvania Impressionists, Daniel Garber usually set his landscape scenes along the Delaware River, in the idyllic New Hope area. According to the Catalogue Raisonné, the artist painted this particular scene in September 1929 from the top of a hill in Lambertville, New Jersey. New Hope, the artist's refuge, can be seen across the Delaware River, the peaked roofs of a church and buildings dotting the hillside.