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The Amarillo Museum of Art publishes and distributes numerous fine art catalogues and posters. Southeast Asian and East Indian artifacts are featured as well as renowned modernist artists such as Georgia O'Keeffe and John Marin.

 

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Achievement in Art: The Collection of Montgomery H.W. Ritchie
Ritchie Catalog
$15.00 USD
20 in stock

This catalog was produced in conjunction with the 2017 Achievement in Art exhibition honoring the collection of Montgomery H. W. “Montie” Ritchie.  The Ritchie collection included outstanding examples of French Impressionism and post-impressionism; including works by Renoir, Monet, Sisley, Boudin, Seurat, and Degas.  Montie Ritchie was a descendant of Cornelia Adair who along with her husband John Adair founded the historic JA Ranch in the Texas Panhandle—which is now in its fifth generation of family ownership.  Montie left his art collection to the Dixon Gallery & Gardens in Memphis, Tennessee; who graciously lent it to the AMoA for this exhibition.

Category: Catalog

Published: 2017

Dimensions: 8 x 8 inches

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Blue Dogs in Texas $25.00 USD
250 in stock


 
Category: Exhibition Poster
 
Description: Designed for the George Rodrigue: Blue Dogs in Texas Exhibition coming to Amarillo.
 
Published: 2012
 
Dimensions: 18 x 24 inches

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Boundaries & Transformations $10.00 USD
46 in stock

Category: Art Catalogue

Description: Masterworks of Indian and Southeast Asian sculpture from the collection of Dr. and Mrs. William T. Price, one of America's finest private collections of Asian art. Includes a selection of Hindu, Buddhist and Jain sculptures with a comprehensive essay and individual object descriptions by Dr. Nalini Rao, consulting curator for Asian Art and curator of the exhibition. 32 pps., 30 full color illustrations.

Published: 1997

Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 inches

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Boundaries & Transformations $10.00 USD
46 in stock

Category: Poster

Description: Featuring an image of Brahma with his consort, Brahmani. Exhibition poster.

Published: 1997

Dimensions: 22 x 34 inches

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Cadillac Ranch $50.00 USD
394 in stock

Category: Poster

Description:Blueprint of a Cadillac buried in ground with inset photo of the Cadillac Ranch (Ant Farm, 1974). Poster for the Earthworks: Amarillo and Seattle Exhibition, Fall, 1981. Limited edition.

Published: 1981

Dimensions: 24 x 36 inches

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Dr. William T. and Jimmie Dell Price Collection of Asian Art $25.00 USD
50 in stock

 

Category: Art Catalogue

Description: From textiles to woodblock prints to sculpture, this catalog explores the Price Collection of Asian Art through three illustrated essays, checklist of the collection, and interview with donors Dr. and Mrs. William T. Price. Totaling more than 300, the works can all be viewed on the DVD accompanying the catalog.

Published: 2013

Dimensions: 8 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches

 

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Georgia O'Keeffe & Her Contemporaries $20.00 USD
26 in stock

Category: Art Poster

Description: This poster was produced for an exhibition in 1985 that celebrated Georgia O’Keeffe’s creative work on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of West Texas A&M University (WTAMU).  Georgia O’Keeffe taught at WTAMU, known at that time as West Texas Normal School, from 1916-1918.  The exhibition included works by O'Keeffe, created from 1917 to 1963, installed alongside artworks created by her contemporaries.  There was an accompanying catalogue produced for the exhibition with an essay written by the late Dr. Hunter Ingalls who was an art historian and held faculty positions at Columbia University, the University of Texas, and WTAMU. 

Published: 1985

Dimensions: 28 x 15.75, Image size – 11.5 x 9

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Illusion and Reality: Japanese Prints and Paintings $20.00 USD
19 in stock

Category: Art Catalogue

Description:This 65 page catalogue for the exhibition Illusion and Reality: Japanese Prints and Paintings from the Collection of Dr. and Mrs. William T. Price features 30 full color illustrations and 56 black and white illustrations. This exhibition featured over 100 Japanese woodblock prints and paintings from the Edo Period (1615-1868). Though these prints may often be seen as simply beautiful and decorative, they are rich in cultural content about the time period. The catalogue features eight scholarly essays by Dr. John Teramoto, Cori Sherman and Dr. Fukimo Y. Yamamoto. Dr. Teramoto, who was the Museum's Consulting Curator for Asian Art from January 1998 through May 1999, is currently a Fellow at the International Research Center for Japanese Studies in Kyoto, Japan.

Published: 1999

Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 inches

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John Marin Watercolors $5.00 USD
43 in stock

Category: Art Catalogue

Description: An overview of the artist's watercolor work (his primary medium) from 1908 to 1952. Marin was America's premier Modernist painter prior to the emergence of the New York School in the 1950s. The catalogue essay is by Ruth Fine, Curator of the landmark Marin Retrospective at the National Gallery of Art in 1990. 64 pps., 44 full color illustrations.

Published: 1988

Dimensions: 8 x 10 inches

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Joseph Marioni $10.00 USD
99 in stock

 

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King of the Road: The Trucks of John Himmelfarb $10.00 USD
23 in stock

Category: Poster

Description: King of the Road: The Trucks of John Himmelfarb

Published: 2015

Dimensions: 24 x 18 inches

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Larry R. Collins: Remember Me
Larry R. Collins: Remember Me
$10.00 USD
50 in stock

A 62 page catalog published in conjunction with the exhibition "Larry R. Collins: Remember Me" organized and presented at the Amarillo Museum of Art.

October 20 - December 30, 2017

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Scott Hyde T-Shirt $20.00 USD
10 in stock


Category:
T-Shirt
 
Description: Created to accompany the exhibition Scott Hyde: Making Pictures, this t-shirt design reproduces a photograph by the artist of Ray Johnson’s hand. The image is from Robert Filliou’s Hand Show (Multiples, Inc., 1967), which features Hyde’s photographs of twenty-four artists’ hands, including those of Andy Warhol, Claes Oldenburg, Filliou, and Hyde. Hyde chose Johnson’s hands because he found them to be the most distinctive of these images. Ray Johnson (1927-1995) is widely recognized as the father of mail art. In the late 1950s he started creating conceptual images and texts that he circulated through the mail to a list of friends, acquaintances and strangers.
 
Sizes: Adult Small to XXL
 
Published: 2012


 

 

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Survey of Objects from Price Collection $10.00 USD
29 in stock

 

Category: Poster

Description:From the collection of Dr. and Mrs. William T. Price. 19th Century Japanese woodblock print, a triptych by Toyokuni and Hiroshige featuring a young woman making a "snow rabbit."

Published: 1997

Dimensions: 22 x 34 inches

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Texas Blue Dog $25.00 USD
100 in stock

Category: Lapel Pin

Decription: In celebration of the Rodrigue Blue Dogs in Texas Exhibition, the artist created this pin specially for the Amarillo area.

Published: 2012

Dimensions: 1 x 3/4 inch

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