Published in 1959, this book is what Vincent Price called his “visual autobiography” — the story of his life through his 48th year as seen through the lens of his greatest passion, the visual arts. Peppered with lively stories about both his art collecting and advocacy as well as his career as an actor, I Like What I Know is written in an approachable and entertaining style, capturing what has drawn fans to Vincent Price throughout his distinguished 65-year-career and in the two decades since his death in 1993.
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A personal guide through one actor's life long love of art2015年9月11日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
Excellent autobiography of a talented actor and art collector. Tracing his beginnings as a teenage print collector and continuing throughout a lifetime of arts loving, Price's writing is always clever and witty. This volume adds to his luster of being a truly cultured man. When in Los Angeles, seek out the eponymous museum he nurtured for decades on the campus of the East Los Angeles College.
Joan A. Lansberry
A wonderful art discovery autobiography2019年3月26日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
I liked it because I could "hear" Vincent Price happily sharing with us his artistic adventures. Any student of art history will love this!