"The Art of Aiden Lassell Ripley" is Now Available

  • November 10, 2009 17:01

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The Art of Aiden Lassell Ripley by Stephen O'Brien Jr. and Julie Carlson Wildfeuer

Written by sporting art dealer Stephen O'Brien Jr. and ARTFIXdaily publisher Julie Carlson Wildfeuer, The Art of Aiden Lassell Ripley documents the artist's progression and growth, from his initial rise as an Impressionist to Realist depictions of his outdoor passions that continue to shape sporting art today.

Over three years in the making, this is the most comprehensive book to date on the Massachusetts artist, chronicling paintings from his early life and work, illustrations and murals, landscapes and cityscapes, scenes of the South and his well-known sporting art.

The 230-page book includes over 200 color illustrations.

Book Price: $75.00

S & H: $15.00

Please contact Stephen O'Brien Jr. Fine Arts, LLC, to place an order, (617) 536-0536 or amanda@americansportingart.com.

To print out an order form to mail to the gallery, click here.


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