Author: Richard Noyce
Hardcover: 232 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.00 x 11.75 x 10.75
Publisher: Craftsman House; (September 1997)
For so few books covering this vital tradition, this is a real keeper. It really is gorgeous and an important addition to any graphic arts library.
A reader from NYC
I have both of Mr. Noyce's books covering Polish painting and graphic arts. They represent an excellent overview of current art in Poland. I lived in Poland for two years and purchased many pieces by artists represented in Noyce's books. The only flaw I found in this book is that there are so many additional artists who could have been included. I would have also liked to have seen more on the classical techniques the Polish artists are required to study during their educational training. Having collected similar art in the States, I strongly believe that Polish, Romanian, and Czech artists have better technique, training, and imagination.
It is wonderful to have these books accompanying my art collection.
Kevin J. Quast from Chicago, IL USA