EARLY ARTISTS OF THE BOHEMIAN CLUB Members Art Exhibition Catalogue SECRET MALE SOCIETY
In the beginning, back in 1872, long before the San Francisco Bohemian Club was subsumed by a secret cabal of white male republican cross dressing one percenters, it was actually an artists club. From the 1870s to 1910s its members included some of the most important visual artists in California.
EARLY ARTISTS OF THE BOHEMIAN CLUB. Exhibition catalogue published by the Hearst Art Gallery, Saint Mary's College, Moraga, California 2002. First edition. Curated by Julie Armistead and Nancy Ferreira, with Essay by Ann Harlow. Illustrated softcovers, side staple bound, 11" x 8.5", 25 pages, abundantly illustrated with 26 full color and one b&w reproduction of the artwork. Artists represented include: Granville Redmond, Maynard Dixon, Xavier Martinez, Virgil Williams, Percy Grey, Frederick Whymper, Gottardo Piazzoni, Ernest Peixotto, Clark Hobart, Charles Judson, William Ritschel, Thomas Hill, and Howard Smith. NEAR FINE Condition: tight, bright, clean and unmarked. An excellent copy.