Cover

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pp. 1-3

Title Page

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pp. 4-4

Copyright Page

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pp. 5-7

Table of Contents

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pp. 8-9

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Preface

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pp. ix-x

At the age of nineteen, on the occasion of her first exhibition, Mary Whyte told a reporter, “Everybody needs people.” Whyte herself is a people person, gracious with individuals from all walks of life and patient as she listens to their stories. It has been my pleasure to get to know Mary and her work and to learn about “her people,” ...

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Artist’s Statement

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pp. xi-13

Although I have painted almost all my life, I consider myself a late bloomer. My early years were spent painting a shopping list of different genres: landscapes, nudes, flowers, still lifes, commissioned portraits, and illustrations for children’s books. I was just plain happy to be painting and grateful that my work helped to pay the bills. While my earliest watercolors and oils were hardly masterful, the hours spent holding a paintbrush helped me to develop my technical skills as well as an eye for ...

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The Artistry of Mary Whyte

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pp. 1-239

These words have served as the artist’s guiding principles, and are encapsulated in her life and her art. She selected Italian as a reminder of the year she spent in Rome as an art student, and, perhaps, because that language is uplifting and inspirational. With their longstanding commitment to an artistic and operatic way of life, Italians are consummate models for a dedicated and ambitious painter who feels passionately about her art and her subjects. ...

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pp. 241-243

Index

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pp. 245-248