Richard Caton Woodville: American painter, Artful Dodger.
Wolff, Justin.

Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2002. First edition 11" x 9.5". 208pp. A fine copy in a dust wrapper with two 1" closed tears. Woodville was an American painter who spent much of his life in Europe before dying from a morphine overdose at the age of 30. A keen observer of the American social and political scene, he often treated common subjects such as slavery, gambling, the Mexican War, drinking, etc. Hardback 0691070830 (Item ID: 5916)


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