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Freedom in the Wilds
An Artist in the Adirondacks, Third Edition

Harold Weston
Edited by Rebecca Foster

Cloth $24.95    |    978-0-8156-0899-8    |    2008

"Weston produced exquisite paintings inspired by his intense engagement with the Adirondacks, becoming along the way one of the premier American artists of his generation."—Adirondack Explorer

"Foster’s work offers a more intimate glimpse into the passionate young man who gave up a life of privilege to rough it in the wilderness..."—The Post Star

"Rebecca Foster’s new edition of Harold Weston’s great autobiographical meditation on nature and art is much more than a new edition. It’s the book Weston himself might have written, if he’d had time and the advantage of looking back on his life from the mountaintop. It’s a unique addition to the literature of 20th century art. With these new materials, Foster has brought to Weston’s book a context, artistic, philosophical, and biographical, that places it among the classics of American writing about the relationship between art, nature, and the deeply examined life."—Russell Banks, author of Cloudsplitter, The Sweet Hereafter

  Freedom in the Wilds

  Rebecca Foster is president of the Society for the Preservation of American Modernists and Harold Weston’s granddaughter and biographer. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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6 1/8 x 9 1/2, 272 pages, 68 illustrations, notes, bibliography, index

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