Raoul Hague: His Work and Place, A Memoir

Raoul Hague: His Work and Place, A Memoir

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Raoul Hague: His Work and Place, a Memoir (2009)

The sixth book in the JGS (Joy of Giving Something) series, Raoul Hague: His Work and Place, a Memoir (Witness Number Six) celebrates the friendship between Friedlander and the Armenian-born sculptor Raoul Hague, whom he considered one of his closest friends for over two and a half decades, and would often visit in his nearby home/studio in Woodstock, New York. In her accompanying essay, Maria Friedlander writes: "Lee and I have shared a number of unconventionally interesting friends during our five decades together, people who show us an unusual way of living a life. I would put Raoul Hague on that list, maybe at the top… Hague was the quintessential storybook artist."

Binding: Hardcover

Details: Signed

Publisher: Joy of Giving Something Inc.

Contents: 157 plates, 96 pages

Dimensions: 12 x 9½ inches  

ISBN: 1590052439

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