The Guggenheim museum recently digitized and released 65 catalogs about artists, with pictures, from its publications archive at
You have can also download them at Archive.org:
For more information, read Free: The Guggenheim Puts 65 Modern Art Books Online at Open Culture.
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I am a friend and painting pal of Pam Mork-Keegan. I am really interested in the ipad paintings. Could we get together sometime and you could show me how it is done. I love the new David Hockney ipad pictures too.
I would be happy to share what I have learned. I will send you an email to arrange a time. In the meantime, I suggest getting a stylus if you don’t have one already. I think the generic one that’s sold at the BX would work. The Apple store in K-town (www.implement-it.de) has them, too, and perhaps a slightly larger selection. There are several drawing apps. I use Sketchbook Pro. In my opinion, it is more drawing/painting oriented than design oriented (e.g., Adobe products). In other words, I think more like an artist and less like a designer – if that makes sense?
Thank you for the note about David Hockney. I’ll check out his site.