Description:Good. 0810964058 Clean, unmarked pages. Sturdy binding. There...Good. 0810964058 Clean, unmarked pages. Sturdy binding. There is a small wrinkle along the top edge of the dust jacket (front).
Description:Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 0810964058. Book: Owner's name...Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 0810964058. Book: Owner's name stamp; Dust Jacket: Spine very slightly darkened; Drawings and paintings-some color; 352 pages.
Description:Fine in fine dust jacket. Sewn binding. Paper over boards. 333 p...Fine in fine dust jacket. Sewn binding. Paper over boards. 333 p. Audience: General/trade. "Davis's 'amazing continuity' emerges as the underlying theme of this volume, published to coincide with the first retrospective exhibition of the artist's work (175 pieces) in over 25 years, held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Seven essayists trace Davis's propensity for continually reworking themes and motifs throughout his 55-year-long career. Aspects of his oeuvre that have received little scholarly attention, such as the early landscapes of 1909-20, the Paris paintings of the late 1920s, and works of the 1940s through the 1960s, are examined in the context of such concurrent movements as Abstract Expressionism, Pop Art, and color field painting. The ciphering and encoding that are integral to his work continue to challenge viewers. A major work on a major American artist. -Russell T. Clement, Brigham Young Univ. Lib., Provo, Utah. (c) 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc."
Description:Fine in Fine jacket. Size: Small Folio 12 1/4"); Fine volume...Fine in Fine jacket. Size: Small Folio 12 1/4"); Fine volume/Fine dust wrapper. 1st trade edition. Unmarked. Unclipped. Small folio. 333 pages. Index.
Description:Fine in Fine jacket. Book. Qto. Qto., hardcovers, 160 pages, 124...Fine in Fine jacket. Book. Qto. Qto., hardcovers, 160 pages, 124 illustrations, 52 in colour. Unused, MINT in MINT dustjacket, in the original shrink wrap.
Description:Fine in Fine jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. First edition, large...Fine in Fine jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. First edition, large 4to, 333pp, foreword Philippe de Montebello, essays from Diane Kelder, Robert Hunter, Karen Wilkin, John R Lane, William Agee, Lewis Kachur; cold and b/w photo illustrations; to accompany the exhibition of 1991/92 at San Francisco's MM of Art, distributed by Abrams; the definitive study of this important US painter; Fine Copy in Fine DJ.
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