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Good. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. xv, 301 pp., illus. (part col. ), biblio., index; 31 cm. Good+. Tight, clean copy. Front cover nicked on the tail edge. Age toning. Another copy available. The canonical survey of Abstract Expressionism. Nowadays this book is frequently scorned for its imperialist triumphalism, but the formal and stylistic analysis remains helpful. The author was a founding member of the Artists Club on Eighth Street and was intimately connected with the New York School painters.
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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