Impressions of California : early currents in art, 1850-1930 / Paul Bockhorst, producer, 1996

Bockhorst, Paul
Producer
Active in Monrovia, Calif.

Collection size: Videorecordings: 4 videocassettes (30 min. each) ; col. , 1/2 in. + 48 p. resource guide
Book: 200 p. ; ill., col.; cm.

Collection Summary: PBS television series produced by Paul Bockhorst for KOCE-TV, Huntington Beach, Calif. Examines the art of California from statehood to the Great Depression. Includes over 300 works of art and interviews with art historians, curators, collectors, artists, and artists' relatives and others in four sessions, 1/2 hr. each: "Awakening in the North"; "The Rise of Impressionism in Southern California"; Early Art in Laguna Beach and San Diego"; and "Beyond Impressionism".

The videos are accompanied by an Instructor's Resource Guide and a companion reference book of the same title, published by the Irvine Museum.

Donated 1997 by Paul Bockhorst, producer, KOCE-TV, Huntington Beach, Calif.

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