The Portraiture of Charles R. Rushton.
Photographs by Charles R. Rushton.
Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art, Shawnee, 2008. 142 pp., Numerous black & white illustrations., 8½x11".
Insights begins with an introduction by professor of art history, Victor Koshkin-Youritzin, followed by an in-depth interview with Rushton by Professor Koshkin-Youritzin. In the interview, Rushton dicusses how he got started in photography, his approach to portraiture, and some of the more interesting people he has photographed. The body of the book consists of 121 selected portraits taken from the Artists, Advocates of the Arts, Children, Couples, and Fathers Series, along with several miscellaneous portraits.
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