Acceptable. 1969 Hardcover illus. (part col.). 106 p. Former Library book. Shows definite wear, and perhaps considerable marking on inside. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Your purchase benefits world literacy!
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Square 4to. Cloth, hard cover in dust jacket., some faint soiling or sunning to dj. else, clean, no writing or markings, no chips or bumps. strong binding.; 108pp., 42 large illustrations, including 12 in color. all are full-page.
First edition. Hardcover. 106 pages. Text by Bernice Rose. Includes 42 illustrations with 12 in color. A tight very near fine copy in a near fine dust jacket. A lovely copy of this attractive monograph.
G+ (Label & few marks from previous gallery owner; name of another owner written on inside cover; dj has moderate wear along edges and at spine, and is also discolored with age or slight soiling; interior is clean. ) White cloth, white & decorated dust jacket, 106 pp. 12 color, 30 bw plates. Published in association with the Drawing Society. Preface by James Biddle. Essay is followed by the annotated plates. The third publication in a series sponsored by The Drawing Society. Traces "Pollock's development from works of the early forties to the last works on paper done a few years before his death in 1956." (dj).
Over 40 Color & b/w Illustrations (chiefly color) Very Good- No Jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" Tall (square) A very good-copy with slight soiling and rubbing to covers (cloth; chiefly to edges of lower cover); few jacket flyleaf remnants on front and rear attached endpapers; lacks front free endpaper (excised); previous owner's ink name on title page; slight internal browning to edges and endpapers. 106 pages. "Published in association with The Drawing Society, Inc." (title page); the third volume in their series on American artists as draftsmen. Preface by James Biddle; includes bibliographical references (in "Notes"). Freitag #7658.
Very good, clean and tight but with sunning to dj spine and small tear to lower front of dj. White cloth, white & decorated dust jacket, 106 pp. 12 color, 30 bw plates. Published in association with the Drawing Society. Preface by James Biddle. Essay is followed by the annotated plates. The third publication in a series sponsored by The Drawing Society. Traces "Pollock's development from works of the early forties to the last works on paper done a few years before his death in 1956." (dj).
A beautiful book of works on paper by Jackson Pollock with notes on each work presented. 42 illustrations including 12 in color. The off white dustjacket has the usual tonning to the paper, a touch of soiling that is very minor otherwise the book is fine with a near fine dustjacket. Laid in is a very nice small 14pg. calalog for a show of his graphic work that was held at a new york city gallery in 2012. Illustrateed, die cut cover.
Jackson Pollock: works on paper.
by Jackson Pollock, Bernice Rose, Drawing Society
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