Impressionist George Oberteuffer: His Life and Work in France and America

By John Amiard Oberteuffer ’62, Kathleen Kienholz and Carol Lowrey. A student of Thomas Anshutz and William Merritt Chase, George Oberteuffer is recognized for his originality and skill in capturing a sense of place in monumental city structures, country landscapes, quiet gardens in bloom or busy harbors. His versatility is further evident in his  portraits of family members and others. This volume, featuring more than 100 color plates of the Oberteuffer’s oils, watercolors, drawings and etchings, offers new insight into his work and an opportunity to compare him with his contemporaries in the art world of the early 20th century.