Good. Exhibition Catalogue. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 119 pp., illus., biblio., index; 28 cm. Edition of 2090 copies. Exhibition held at the National Portrait Gallery, April 25 to August 24, 1986 and the Boston Athenaeum, October 9 to December 18, 1986. Withdrawn from non-circulating museum library, with fewer than usual markings, otherwise very good.
Fine- 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 117 pages, illustrated, with an essay by Dennis Montagna and Jean Henry. "John Frazee was in a class by himself. Like his older contmporary, Rush, Frazee came to sculpture from his came to sculpture from his work in the trades. I hope that this book, and the exhibition which has inspired it, will demonstrate that Frazee's superiority was not limited to the material in which he worked." FINE-SOFTCOVER, 2090 copies printed.
VG, wear marks on cover, else cover and pages clean and bright. Black pictorial wraps. 119 pp. 86 bw repros. Catalogue lists 18 works, illustrates many more (including attributed headstones). Essays by Frederick S. Voss, Dennis Montagna and Jean Henry. Selected bibliography. Artist was active in New Jersey.
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