As New. B/W illustrated printed boards. 88 pp. Profusely illustrated in full color. As Scott once remarked, "I am an abstract artist in the sense that I abstract. I cannot be called non-figurative while I am still interested in the modern magic of space, primitive sex forms, the sensual and the erotic, disconcerting contours, things of life."-p7.
Prologue by John Russell. Foreword by James and Robert Scott. Quarto. Original yellow cloth, titles to spine in black, publisher's device to front board in blind, illustrated endpapers. With the pictorial dust jacket. Over 400 illustrations in colour and black and white. A fine copy. First edition, first impression. Art historian Norbert Lynton's monograph on the Scottish abstract painter William Scott is richly illustrated and includes a short Prologue by British-American art critic John Russell.
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