JAMES FITZGERALD: THE DRAWINGS AND SKETCHES
by Robert L. Stahl
The first planned volume to emerge from his Catalogue Raisonne is illustrated with over 750 images, of which a third are complete works reproduced in full color. This first in-depth presentation of his preliminary studies and discussion of his drawing process allows the reader to explore the artist’s creative process from first concept to final painting. Fitzgerald’s wide range of subject matter is reflected in works from Monhegan, Katahdin, Ireland, New York, and other locations where he painted. This 340 page full color volume includes essays by E. Bruce Robertson, PhD., and Karen A. Sherry, Ph.D.