This catalogue raisonné is the definitive source on the artist Daniel Garber’s life and work. The handsome two-volume reference set features nearly 1500 entries. There are 755 pages in the 2 volumes, with more than 1200 illustrations (174 in full color).
Volume I presents a thorough overview of Garber’s production, and addresses the question of Garber’s reputation during his lifetime and for later generations. The thoughtful essays are authored by independent scholar Lance Humphries, who catalogued Garber’s artworks for the individual entries in the second volume, and Kathleen Foster, Robert L. McNeil Jr. Curator of American Art at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Consisting of 1450 individual catalogue entries, Volume II documents and reproduces every extant work by Garber, and includes information about many now missing. The appendices provide detailed accounts of the artist’s exhibition history, awards received, art sold, and works by the artist in public collections.