This is an exhibition catalog of the late work of Abbott Handerson Thayer (1849-1921), the renowned early American naturalist painter. The paintings and drawings in this catalog detail how Thayer's love and observation of nature led to his discovery of early camouflage concepts, which he employed during WWI to aid the Allied countries. Pulling from the collection of the artist's family estate and trust, the works range from landscape and animal studies to early camouflage designs for military uniforms and navy vessels, most of which have never before been exhibited.
Walter Egan Published January 31, 2014
Henry Niese Published December 06, 2011
The Frame in America 1700-1900 Published February 22, 2011
The Frame in America, 1700-1900 Published June 15, 2010
The Cup Book Published February 20, 2009
Irena Baruch Wiley Kunstisaadik diplomaatia maailmas Published January 29, 2009
Irena Baruch Wiley An Artist at Large in the Diplomatic World Published December 18, 2008