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  • Triumph of American Painting: A History of Abstract Expressionism (HarperCollins Publishers) – Trade paperback (2004)
    by Irving Sandler

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    Trade paperback, HarperCollins Publishers
    2004
    English
    320 pages

    ISBN: 0064300757
    ISBN-13: 9780064300759

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rbeck

abstract expressionism in full color!

by rbeck on Jul 19, 2007

This wonderful book is perfect for anyone who loves Abstract Expressionism, as I do, or hasn't a clue what it's all about but is curious. It covers amany of the important painters and has fabulous color plates, and many black ones as well. The text is well writtedn and informatiove without being dry/boring. I've had this bok since college, and just bought copy for a friend who is struggling with A.E. Buy it!

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