Lamar Dodd
A Retrospective Exhibition

Lamar Dodd
Foreword by Gudmund Vigtel and William D. Paul Jr.
Introduction by Lloyd Goodrich


This volume of selected paintings by native Georgian Lamar Dodd was published to accompany a retrospective exhibition in 1970. Mainly works in oil, the ninety-three plates in this catalog range from the representational to the abstract, and chart Dodd’s powerful vision from 1929 to 1969. Eighteen paintings are reproduced in full color.

The catalog also includes basic curatorial information on the paintings, a chronology of Dodd’s life and career through 1970, and a selection of critical commentary on his work.

Page count: 138 pp.
18 color and 75 b&w plates
Trim size: 8 x 10

Read more about Lamar Dodd at the New Georgia Encyclopedia.


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Lamar Dodd (1909-1996) was the most recognized artist of his generation from the state of Georgia. The school of art at the University of Georgia is named after him.