Richard F. Lack is one of the most significant American realists of the second half of the 20th century. While non-traditional forms of art drew attention from the artistic and public press, Lack passionately pursued his artistic aims within the great tradition of Western art.
This volume by Stephen Gjertson is the first of three books devoted to Lack's creative oeuvre. It highlights the mastery and diversity of his body of work.
Softcover - 144 pages in full color.