10 years of extensive research went into this catalogue raisonne. It provides a detailed look at the vast oeuvre of a fascinating artist.10 years of extensive research went into this catalogue raisonne. It provides a detailed look at the vast oeuvre of a fascinating artist.Read Less
Fine Slightly shelf-worn. jacket. Slightly shelf-worn dustwrapper; supplied in a slightly worn slip-case. (Slightly shelf-worn) new item supplied by a Hay-on-Wye bookseller who has relocated to rural Herefordshire. Order before 11am (UK time) for same (workng) day dispatch.
1999. Prestel. First. Hardcover. Book-VG. DJ-VG+. Slipcase-VG+.12.5x10. 709pp. 26 full colour & 3092 b/w illus. 11 b/w photos including frontis photo of artist. 1 facsimile page. Grotesque children, automaton couples, and denizens of the urban underworld abound in this delightful book of paintings, watercolours and drawings by Richard Lindner (1901-1978) a German-born refugee from Nazi oppression. Here we take a detailed look at the extensive output of a most fascinating artist, drawing on personal iconography and his European cultural heritage to fashion bright, bizarre images of imaginary figures.
Like New. Includes everything it's supposed to include. May have minor shelf wear and/or a remainder mark. "4to, 709pgs. Full bound in grey cloth with paper title label on spine, color illustrated dustjacket in protective wrapand blue paper covered slipcase. Book is in excellent condition, interior is like new. Slipcase has very light wear to extremities, else fine."
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