watercolors of Ray G. Ellis. by Ray G. Ellis

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Published by Twin City Press Corp. in [North Plainfield, N.J .

Written in English

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StatementForeword by Norman Kent. From an exhibition at Macculloch Hall Museum, Morristown, N.J., 1971.
ContributionsMacculloch Hall Historical Museum.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsND1839.E43 A58 1971
The Physical Object
Pagination[63] p. (chiefly illus. (part col.))
Number of Pages63
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5317951M
LC Control Number72158983

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Ellis [Ray G Ellis] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ray Ellis () painted for over seventy years and on all seven continents. He was widely recognized for the originality of his paintings and was sought out for many museum and private collections in the United States and abroad.

NORTH BY NORTHEAST I found didn't measure up to the other two. Cronkite' s writing is good, but I found Ray Ellis' artwork in this edition not as interesting or of the quality in the other editions.

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Featuring of Ray Ellis's luminescent oils and watercolors, this book provides a unique appreciation of the Island's delights/5(6).

Ray Ellis was a nationally recognized, award–winning artist watercolors of Ray G. Ellis. book paintings are in the permanent collection at The White House and museums around the country. He has been represented in galleries across the U.S. and in London. He contributed paintings to five books, among them North by Northeast and South by Southeast.

Ralph Graves was an American writer whose novels, including Brand: Abbeville Publishing Group. The watercolors of Ray G. Ellis by Ray G Ellis (Book) 4 editions published in in English and held by 53 libraries worldwide. Martha's Vineyard by Ray G. Ellis,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(2).

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Ellis, l.l. 8 x 10 in. Provenance: By descent in a Martha's Vineyard family. Condition Report: Condition: This work is not currently framed. Frame rub along upper edge; minor wear from handling/rubbing at. Ray Ellis, a marine painter much associated with South Carolina and Massachusetts, was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

From tohe studied at the Philadelphia Museum School of Art and fromwas with the Art Department of the Philadelphia Evening Ledger. Mar 6, - Ray Ellis is a marine painter much associated with South Carolina and the East Coast.

He has had numerous exhibitions and commissions. You can see more of his work at Morris & Whiteside Galleries in Hilton Head, South Carolina.

See more ideas about Art beat, Artist and Painting.7 pins. I finally put this big book in the scanner because I am a huge fan of the masterly paintings of Ray Ellis. This volume is BIG and a tremendous bargain for people interested in fine painting.

Most of these works are watercolors, but there are a good number of oils represented as well.5/5(2). South by Southeast book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Ray G. Ellis, Walter Cronkite.

This gorgeous page book is filled with dozens of full-page and half-page watercolors of sites and views found up and down the southeast coast of the United States, beginning at the Chesapeake Bay and ending in Key West /5. Ray Ellis of Edgartown died at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital on Oct.

4 of complications from a stroke. He was A nationally recognized artist whose paintings are in the permanent collection at The White House and museums around the country, Mr. Ellis sought out beauty in everything. He was an unwavering optimist and a romantic who imagined the best possible reality and.

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Over full-color reproductions/5. Rich with adventure and anecdotes, Walter Cronkite's longtime love affair with the rugged Northeastern seacoast is revealed in this account of his voyage from Cape May to the Canadian border, enhanced by the stunning watercolors and oils painted by noted marine.

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– Ray Ellis. Attended the Philadelphia Museum School of Art. His first one-man show was held in at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. After serving four years in the Coast Guard during WWII, Ellis founded his own advertising agency in New Jersey and New York, but continued to paint in his spare time.

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One of Ellis' favorite subjects is flowers and gardens. Ina book of select garden paintings was published, titled Ray Ellis Paints Flowers. Ray Ellis' 15th and most recent book, By the Light of the Moon, showcases a theme that has captivated him for many years - moonlight. 2 results for ray davies signed book Save ray davies signed book to get e-mail alerts and updates on your eBay Feed.

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How to Make a Watercolor Paint Itself Experimental Techniques for Achieving Realistic Effects by. (1) Ray Ellis () of Savannah, GA and Edgartown, MA, a noted painter of watercolors and oils, and frequent collaborator with Walter Cronkite.

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Peggy Ellis. As a child Peggy Ellis would sit on the tailgate of the family station wagon and watch her father, Ray Ellis, paint beautiful watercolors on location. Ray went on to become an internationally renowned artist who painted on all seven continents, published 17 books, and created three official White House Christmas cards.

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ELLIS, American (b. ), Fisherman on a Beach, watercolor, signed lower left., 20 1/2 x 28 1/2.Summed up, these lines of evidence are (1) the absence of reference to Historia Plantarum or any other work of Ray on the pages of the herb watercolors; (2) the use of other author's identification independent of Ray, mostly citing 3, 13, 31, and 4; (3) the absence of quotation of any of Ray's work in the descriptions of the plants, when it Cited by:

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