The Art & Life of Fil Mottola
DAVID O'HOY (Author)
Based on the author's long association and extensive use of taped conversations with the artist, this concise and informative narrative spans the years Mottola studied at Otis Art Institute in the 1930s, worked at Disney Studios in the '50s, achieved huge success painting popular scenes in Santa Barbara in the '60s and '70s, and arrived in Laguna Beach in the early '80s to become its preeminent painter of beach scenes. It is a ''must-have'' reference for all art lovers and art dealers who wish to be ahead of the curve in recognizing a rising star in the emerging post mid-20th century secondary California plein-air art market.
11 x 9 104 pages 142 color plates and 22 B&W ISBN 978-0-615-91379-7 HARDBOUND
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