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HUPY, Art (photographs)
Anne Gould Hauberg, (La Conner), 1950. 4to. Folio. Seven loose mat boards, each with a mounted photograph print, five black-and-white, two color, documenting the flora of "Tatoosh," an area of the Pilchuck Tree Farm then operated by John and Anne Hauberg. In addition, the front cover and the inside rear cover feature a mounted print, the cover photo printed "Tatoosh." Bound in tan cloth using similar, thick mat board as covers with a cloth tie at the fore-edge. A singular edition, presumably created for Seattle arts patron Anne Gould Hauberg. Known in the 1950s and 1960s as an architectural photographer, capturing the work of architects as varied as Frederic Benedict, Paul Thiry, Paul Hayden Kirk, et al., for periodicals including Sunset Magazine, Art and Architecture, Book of Homes, etc., in 1977 Hupy opened the first gallery in La Conner, WA, and later founded that town's Museum of Northwest Art. Hupy's work has been exhibited at numerous institutions, including the Seattle World's Fair, San Francisco Museum of Art, New York Advertising Art, and the Henry Art Gallery. As early as the 1960s the Haubergs began planning to turn at least part of their Pilchuck Tree Farm to other uses, including a residential development to be called "Tatoosh." By 1970, they had contracted an architect to create a site plan and models for a possible museum and some detailed plans for housing and artist studios to develop one section of the hillside as an upscale housing development. The plans included a resident community of artists and craftspeople, and an arts and crafts museum with focus on … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Long Brothers Fine & Rare Books, ABAA [Seattle, WA, U.S.A.]

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