Art book helps benefit VH1 charity

Bessman, Jim
September 1998
Billboard;09/12/98, Vol. 110 Issue 37, p121
Trade Publication
Comments on the art book by pop musician John Mellencamp titled `Mellencamp: Paintings And Reflections.' Description of Mellencamp's paintings; Mellencamp influenced by the German expressionist painter Max Beckmann; Price of the book; Donation of his advance to VH1's Save the Music Foundation.


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