For $35, today's side deal gets you a copy of William Woodward: American Impressionist by Robert Hinckley (a $75 value).
Southern impressionist William Woodward bottled the breathtaking topography of the Big Easy in the roaring ’20s through wispy and whimsical paintings. The artist was integral to New Orleans’ twentieth-century cultivation, fighting to preserve the French Quarter alongside William Faulkner and establishing several teaching programs at Tulane. William Woodward: American Impressionist fills more than 200 pages with 166 full-color facsimiles of Woodward's vibrant Gulf Coast landscapes. Pore over Woodward's varying composition techniques and romantic Deep South subjects in the hardcover coffee-table book, with additional illumination supplied in articles written by several prominent area artists and historians.