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9781771512558
10 x 9 inches
192 pages
hardcover
CDN$ 30.00
BISAC: ART015040
BISAC: ART016030
BISAC: BIO001000


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EJ Hughes Paints Vancouver Island
by Robert Amos
Release Date: April 2018

CDN$ 30.00
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A handsome new retrospective on one of BC’s most beloved artists that unveils, for the first time, photographs, sketches, and ephemera from the artist’s estate.

The reputation of EJ Hughes in British Columbia is second only to that of Emily Carr. His paintings, collected by every major gallery in our country, fetch more than $1 million at auction. Yet Hughes lived a notoriously private life.

Hughes painted scenes from all over BC, but he especially loved Vancouver Island, and lived most of his 93 years at Shawnigan Lake and Duncan. This book features paintings from his beloved island home—from Sidney, past Goldstream and the Malahat to Cowichan Bay, Genoa Bay, and Maple Bay. With stops along the way, he painted scenes from Ladysmith, Nanaimo, Comox, and Courtenay. Hughes recorded the passing of an era, capturing the coastal steamships, log booms, fishing boats, and the landscapes he treasured.

This book includes a biography of the artist, highlights more than 60 of his finest works alongside sketches and photos revealing his studio methods, and shares his handwritten notes.

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Pages:

192

ISBN-13:

9781771512558

Format:

hardcover

Dimensions:

10 x 9 inches

Publisher:

TouchWood Editions

Bisac:

ART015040, ART016030, BIO001000


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