Very good+++. No dust jacket as issued. Interior tight and clean, slight bumping of corners of covers. 222 p., 52 full-color plates, 223 b/w illustrations, 20 diagrams; selections from Oldenburg's writings; chronology; bibliography; index. Illustrated wraps (after Oldenburg), brown-on-pink decorative endpapers. A major catalogue. Rose's essay discusses Oldenberg's life and art, his inventions and ideas, his constructions and his theatre. One of the most complete publications on the artist, complete bibliography of statements, writings and interviews, books, catalogs, reviews and articles about Oldenburg up to and including 1969. A major catalogue. Freitag 7129.
Good. Good+, nice condition. Vinyl, double layered cover (unusual). Cover has some wrinkling and inside creases due to a lack of glue near spine at front. Some general rubbing and other cover wear. Includes exhibition checklist. Inside pages appear clean and nice.
New York: The Museum of Modern Art. 1970. (First edition). Small oblong quarto. Illustrated wraps. Wraps have some faint creasing a a bit of light wear to the extremities else a very good copy of this excellent profusely illustrated monograph on artist Claes Oldenburg which was published on the occasion of the exhibition "Claes Oldenburg" held at The Museum of Modern Art in New York City in 1970. A wonderful book. NOT ex-library.
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