G+ Light general wear, edgeworn, light crease to bottom corner, with clean bright interior pages and solid binding. Book is over-sized and additional postage needed to ship outside the United States or via: priority mail.; 8.43 X 5.85 X 0.73 inches; 158 pages; ARTIst OS.
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Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Light wear at edges, top forcorner slight bumped. Otherwise fine clean and tight. 158 p. illus. (part col. ) 29 cm. Includes Illustrations. "Published in conjunction with a retrospective exhibition held from October 21, 1971, to January 10, 1972, at the Museum of Modern Art, New York." Bibliography: p. 151-158.
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Very Good. Book. 4to-over 9¾-12" tall. With 175 illustrations. Overall light shelf wear; page edges with light foxing and soiling; interior clean. Barnett Newman (1905-1970) was an American artist. He is seen as one of the major figures in abstract expressionism and one of the foremost of the color field painters. Newman is generally classified as an abstract expressionist on account of his working in New York City in the 1950s, associating with other artists of the group and developing an abstract style which owed little or nothing to European art. However, his rejection of the expressive brushwork employed by other abstract expressionists such as Clyfford Still and Mark Rothko, and his use of hard-edged areas of flat color, can be seen as a precursor to post painterly abstraction and the minimalist works of artists such as Frank Stella. Newman was unappreciated as an artist for much of his life, being overlooked in favour of more colorful characters such as Jackson Pollock.
First edition. Softcover. 160 pages. Simultaneous paperback edition of this monograph on Newman. Text by Hess. Includes 175 illustrations with 12 in color. An about very good copy with bumping to the bottom front corner and some other minor wear and some slight foxing to the page edges.
Museum of Modern Art; distributed by New York Graphic Society, Greenwich..., New York
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