Tucson Festival of Books

Arthur D. Hittner Cancelled

This author has cancelled their attendance with the Festival.

ARTHUR D. HITTNER, author of the art-historical novels "Artist, Soldier, Lover, Muse," "The Caroline Paintings," and "Michelangelo of the Midway;" the humorous baseball novel "Four-Finger Singer and His Late Wife, Kate" and the rambunctious coming-of-age-in-the-Sixties saga "The Amorous Adventures of Charlie Meyer," is also the author of "Honus Wagner: The Life of Baseball's 'Flying Dutchman'" (McFarland, 1996), winner of the Seymour Medal awarded by the Society of American Baseball Research for the best book of baseball history or biography published in 1996; "At the Threshold of Brilliance:The Brief but Splendid Career of Harold J. Rabinovitz" (The Rabinovitz Project, 2014), a biography and catalogue raisonne of a newly rediscovered master of American art of the Depression era; and the irreverent travelogue, "Cross-Country Chronicles: Road Trips Through the Art and Soul of America." A retired attorney and art collector, Mr. Hittner has also written about fine art subjects for Maine Antique Digest, Fine Art Connoisseur and Antiques & Fine Art and has served as a Trustee of the Danforth Museum of Art and the Tucson Museum of Art. For more information, visit his author website, www.hittnerbooks.com.

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The Caroline Paintings
An Art Novel
Fiction / Literature
Apple Ridge Fine Arts
January 2020
ISBN 9780998981079
274 pages

Artist, Soldier, Lover, Muse
A Novel
Fiction / Literature
Apple Ridge Fine Arts
December 2017
ISBN 9780998981017
354 pages