|Statement||by Charles H. Muhlenberg and notes by Helen Papashvily ; photos by Terry Wild.|
|Contributions||Papashvily, Helen Waite., Annie S. Kemerer Museum., Freedman Gallery (Reading, Pa.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
Georgian (former USSR) born sculptor George Papashvily succeeded both as a sculptor and as an author. Both careers came naturally to him. He co-wrote, with his wife Helen, humorous books often based on his life experiences. George Papashvily, sculptor: a retrospective catalogue. George Papashvily, Charles H. Muhlenberg, Helen Waite Papashvily, Annie S. Kemerer Museum, Freedman Gallery (Reading, Pa.) Kemerer Museum, - Art - 62 pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. Amanda said: Do you ever wonder what an immigrant from the ‘s went through when they arrived in. George Papashvily was a Georgian-American writer and sculptor. Contents. 1 Life; 2 Works Their first book was Anything Can Happen (), which recounted Papashvily’s experiences as a penniless immigrant. First published in , it was co-written by Mr. Papashvily and his wife Helen in the author's original style of "Georgian" English. The author was, according to Wikipedia, a famous writer and sculptor who was listed in Who's Who in the categories of both writing and art/5(29).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: George Papashvily, sculptor. [Reading, Pa.: s.n., ] (OCoLC) Material Type: Biography: Document Type. Many of her books were written in collaboration with her husband, sculptor George Papashvily. Their most famous book, Anything Can Happen, (), was a humorous account of George's early experiences as an immigrant arriving in America in without money or formal education from Georgia (former USSR). The book was a Book-of-the-Month Club co. This is the story of George Papashvily, a Georgian immigrant to the United States. His story begins at Ellis Island and continues through one experience after another. The story is told with a sense of humor as Mr. Papashvily discovers that America may not exactly be the land flowing with milk and honey/5. George Papashvily (Georgian: გიორგი პაპაშვილი; Aug - Ma ) was a Georgian-American writer and sculptor. “George is an immigrant from Soviet Georgia who with his wife, Helen, was author of a humorous best-selling book about his madcap adventures in the, United States.5/5.
George Papashvily, an immigrant from Soviet Georgia who with his wife, Helen, was author of a humorous best-selling book about his madcap adventures in the, United States, died on Wednesday. George and Helen Papashvily Archives consists of twenty four manuscript boxes and 6 cartons of manuscripts, correspondence with publishers and agents, and clippings of articles by Helen Papashvily. (Section 1) Also included are photographs of George's sculptures, exhibition catalogs and programs, and correspondence concerning his ventures. George Papashvily is the author of Anything Can Happen ( avg rating, ratings, 43 reviews, published ), Yes and No Stories ( avg rating, 1 /5. George Papashvily, sculptor: a retrospective catalogue. George Papashvily, Charles H. Muhlenberg, Helen Waite Papashvily, Annie S. Kemerer Museum, Freedman Gallery (Reading, Pa.) Kemerer Museum, - 62 pagine. 0 Recensioni. Dall'interno del libro. Cosa dicono le persone - Scrivi una recensione.