Carmel, CA: Carmel Art Association, 1999. First Edition. Square 8vo. 184 pp. Over 100 color plates; some black & white illustrations. Stiff color printed softcover in fine condition. Item #20710
Catalog for exhibition held at the Carmel Art Association August 6 - September, 1998. Essays by Barbara Dayer Gallati, Alfred C. Harrison Jr., Scott A. Shields, Anita Noenning, Holly Anderson, and Donald C. Whitton. Percy Gray (1869–1952) an American painter, studied at the San Francisco School of Design and later under William Merritt Chase in New York. While he had some early Impressionistic tendencies, his basic approach to composition and color was derived from the Barbizon School and Tonalism, which were emphasized at the School of Design. He is primarily known for his romantic and lush depictions of the Northern California landscape. - wiki.