Colleen Browning: The Enchantment of Realism
Written by Fairfield university, CT art history professor Dr. Philip Eliasoph, details the dramatic and prolific 70-year career of Colleen Browning (1918-2003) one of America�s leading realist painters. She was a child protege, who began exhibiting in her early teens.
The book, sponsored by the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art (SAMA) is the first extensive study and definitive work about Browning and details her distinctive brand of figurative painting. From depicting worshipers in a Guatemalan church to graffiti-covered Harlem subways, the artist was a major force in the American realist movement largely dominated by men. Hardcover, 11� x 9"