VG/VG. Black cloth, blue & red dust jacket, 101 pp. 19 bw illus, 58 color plates. This historic exhibition was the first time that Moscow's leading museum's main exhibition space was devoted to a non-Russian. Includes lengthy text by Richard S. Axsom; an exhibition checklist of 56 works (all but 3 are acrylics); the full-page color plates--"an almost musical experience of variations on a series of themes"; a 3-page chronology; exhibitions and collections; and an index.
Fine. 1555950779 Hudson Hills hardcover with dust jacket, 1992, 1st edition, unusedt, No marks/tears or defects, light surface rub only, as New/Fine (like New); New mylar cover, bubble-wrapped and mailed in a BOX with free delivery confirmation.
Very Good+ in Very Good + jacket. First Edition Stated 10" Square 101 pgs 56 Color plates Small sticker shadow to inside front flap, else both book & jacket are crisp, clean, name & not free sans tears or chips. V/G+ in a V/G+ Dj "Judith Rothschild, who died at the age of 71 in 1993, was a noted abstract painter whose work was exhibited widely in the United States and abroad. A graduate of Wellesley College, Rothschild studied painting at the Cranbrook Academy of Art, at the Art Students League with Reginald Marsh, at Stanley William Hayter's Atelier 17, and with Hans Hofmann and Karl Knaths. She was a member and later president of the American Abstract Artists, a member of the Jane Street Gallery, and an editor of Leonardo magazine."
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