|Pulps to Portraits
Norman Rockwell Museum Paperback: 103 pages; Norman Rockwell Museum (2012)
Catalog from Mr. Kinstler's one-man show at the Norman Rockwell Museum in early 2012. Catalog features more than 60 images, including comic and pulp pages, paper back book covers, easel paintings, portraits, and his most recent movie series.
Everett Raymond Kinstler - My Brush with History
by Everett Raymond Kinstler Hardcover: 164 pages; International Artist Publishing (Jan 1, 2005)
For over 60 years, American National Treasure Everett Raymond Kinstler has been upholding the rich tradition of narrative painting that extends back to the easels of the greatest American Academicians. We are proud to announce that this book includes many of his masterpieces and iconic works that are a true legacy of our times. But these pages are more than a showcase of exceptional art from a living master, they are a testament to Kinstler's passion for art and its power to make a difference. Throughout the text, artist readers will identify with Kinstler's dreams, goals, challenges, insecurities and triumphs. Kinstler recounts his experiences as a freelancer painting covers and illustrations. He tells about the great times he had creating the Zorro comic books. Read about his humorous episodes and interactions with important and flamboyant figures, like Salvador Dali. Enjoy Kinstler's descriptions of painting American Presidents and their First Ladies. Be privy to previous images, photographs and letters from Kinstler's archives.
by Everett Raymond Kinstler, Susan E. Meyer Paperback; Watson-Guptill; 1st edition (1978)
by Everett Raymond Kinstler, Susan E. Meyer Hardcover: 144 pages; Watson-Guptill; Revised edition (Nov 1987) Best Seller
Everett Raymond Kinstler: The Artist's Journey through Popular Culture - 1942-1962 * Limited Signed Edition
by Robert Brustein (Introduction), Everett Raymond Kinstler, Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr. Hardcover: 256 pages; JVJ Publishing; 1st limited edition (2005)
Features the complete hardcover edition with the addition of a matching gilt-embossed cloth slipcase, a special color signature plate signed by Kinstler and Vadeboncoeur, and sixteen additional b&w pages reproduced from original drawings in the artist's collection. Limited to 700.
Everett Raymond Kinstler: An Artist's Journey
Art Spirit's provocative film takes an in-depth look at Kinstler's life and career, featuring interviews with President and Mrs. Gerald Ford, Tony Bennett, Carol Burnett and writer Tom Wolfe. He has captured the likenesses of movie stars and astronauts, first ladies and Supreme Court justices, university presidents and U.S. Presidents. The film invites the viewer inside Mr. Kinstler's New York City studio at the historic National Arts Club as he paints and speaks about his life's work. His work hangs in universities, private collections, clubs and the White House. Included in the film is the artist painting a portrait, with his own description of the process. Excellent art history/education film portraying Mr. Knstler's important contributions to American portrait painting.