Very Good. Rosenthal, Mark. Abstraction in the Twentieth Century: Total Risk, Freedom, Discipline. NY: Guggenheim Museum Publications, 1996. 310pp. Indexed. Illustrated. Bibliography. Folio. Paperback. Book condition: Very good with gently bumped corners. Includes a wrap-around in good condition with light soiling and rubbing and small, closed tear at front fold.
Near Fine. A hardcover version of this was published by Harry Abrams. Quarto, 13" tall, 308 pages, color illustration, stiff color illustrated wraps. A near fine, clean, neat, soft cover edition with light shelf wear and exterior rubbing, binding tight, paper white. Because of size and weight, a small addition will be necessary to postage depending on destination.
Very Good. Book Paperback copy. Published on the occasion of the February 9-May 12 1996 exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. Lavishly illustrated, this survey traces the history of abstract art through the postmodern period, examining the philosophy and motivation of the artists and their major critics. Some minor wear to wrappers, otherwise very good. [Heavy-Please contact for overseas shipping quote]
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