Otis Oldfield Complete Lithographs

Lavishly illustrated with the artist’s lithographs, drawings and personal photographs, Otis Oldfield Complete Lithographs is at once a comprehensive presentation of Oldfield’s lithographic output as well as a portrait of the artist. Having unprecedented access to Oldfield’s private diaries, the authors lead the reader through Oldfield’s fascinating life from Sacramento, to Paris and back to San Francisco.

Oldfield’s dazzling versatility encompasses book binding and illustration to making ship models. His paintings, watercolors, drawings, lithographs, murals, portraits, landscapes and seascapes are breathtaking and collected widely. His friendships read like an art world who’s who of the tumultuous mid-20th century. The artist was a professor at the California School of Fine Arts in San Francisco and later at the California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland.

Christine Moran has chronicled it all, combining culture and commerce with history and romance in a thoughtfully researched and well documented account of a premier 20th century artist. Jayne Blatchly has provided a wealth of graphic and historic materials from her all inclusive and extensive archive of the artist’s life and work.

Otis Oldfield Centennial

This 104 page 1990 catalog was compiled by Jayne Blatchly for a selected retrospective exhibit of Otis Oldfield’s paintings at the Jan Holloway Gallery in San Francisco.

The catalog contains an interview with the artist’s former student, Nathan Oliveira, with 28 pages of black and white illustrations and a 60 page detailed chronology.

The new 8.5” x 11” soft cover book is printed on 80# satin coated stock in a sewn binding individually shrink wrapped.

Helen Clark Oldfield: A Pictured Life

Drawing exclusively from Helen Clark Oldfield's own journals, artworks and photographs, the artist's life is brought forth abundantly in this book by her daughter, Jayne Odfield Blatchly in a delightful memoir.