Paul Dufour Table Book

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Paul Dufour Table Book

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The definitive book on one of BRG’s founding artists and a local art legend


“Collecting Raindrops, Touching Light: The Art of Paul Arthur Dufour” is a comprehensive look at the life and career of one of Baton Rouge’s most accomplished artists. The catalogue was published in conjunction with one of Dufour’s final BRG exhibitions, held December 2002 - January 2003.

Within its pages, you’ll find:

  • Fifty-two full color reproductions of some of Dufour’s most celebrated works, including glass mosaics, prints, graphite drawings, oil and watercolor paintings, and mixed media works.

  • a personal reflection on Dufour from longtime collaborator and current BRG artist member Samuel J. Corso.

  • An essay from Kristin Malia Krolak (current director for LSU’s Alfred C. Glassell Jr. Exhibition Gallery at the Shaw Center for the Arts) touching on Dufour’s work, philosophical perspective, education, and travels.

  • A collection of thoughts from Dufour himself on the major themes found in his work throughout his career

Pages: 101
Dimensions: 8 x 8 inches
Copyright 2002

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