Item description for Summer Moved on by Michael Breyette...
Overview Using warm colors and harmonic forms, Michael Breyette paints American icons, baseball players, cowboys, surfers, all in everyday scenes that are full of confidence and the relaxing warmth of the late summer's heat. This book presents a cross-section of the paintings of this American artist.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 8.5" Height: 11" Weight: 1.75 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 2007
Publisher Bruno Gmunder Verlag Gmbh
ISBN 3861878534 ISBN13 9783861878537
Reviews - What do customers think about Summer Moved on?
Extraordinary from cover to cover! Jun 13, 2007
This collection of erotic male art by Michael Breyette is simply beautiful and a must have for your coffee table! He is truly a uniquely gifted artist and this comes to life in every page of "Summer Moved On.
Summer may have moved on, but memories of Breyettes work stay with you. May 19, 2007
I discovered Michael Breyettes work a few years ago. He quickly has become one of my favorite American artists. What is it about Michaels work that is so great. One word. Realism. Michael's art speaks volumes. Whether it's a glance or a stare, a day at the beach, a memorable encounter or a fantasy, Breyettes work stirs many emotions within you. I should say that those emotions are always pleasurable. What also comes through Michael's art is the man himself. I have yet to meet him, but have had many online dealings with him. He is a very personable, easy going guy. He answers his own emails. His "realism" shines through. Buy this book. You won't be disappointed.
Beautiful and Erotic May 18, 2007
This is an amazing collection of high quality male erotic art work. Michael's eye dor detail comes through in each of his pictures along with his deep appreciation for the male form.
Each piece in the book is unique and shows the bredth of his imagination and talent.