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Description:VG / VG-(Ex-gallery lib., small spot of adhesive residue at...VG / VG-(Ex-gallery lib., small spot of adhesive residue at spine, pencil marking at title page; Pages otherwise immaculate; DJ. showing some light wear at extremities) Published in conjunction with a traveling exhibition that featured twenty-two paintings created between 1981 and 1988; Includes essays by Julie Sylvester and David Sylvester. White paper over boards; Color illus. dj.; 86 pp.; 25 color plates.
Description:Fine in Fine jacket. Illustrated In Color Photographs. 86 Pages...Fine in Fine jacket. Illustrated In Color Photographs. 86 Pages. In Fine Condition. Large Heavy Books May Need More Payment For Overseas Delivery.
Description:Slight rubbing and edgewear, otherwise sound, near very good...Slight rubbing and edgewear, otherwise sound, near very good copy. Large 4to. pp 83Original publisher's pink boards, lettered blue and ornage on spine and on front cover. Copiously illustrated in colour and black and white throughout. Text in Russian and English. Catalogue of exhibition held 4 Jul. -24 Sept. 2006, State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg. ISBN: 382960226X.
Description:As New in As New dust jacket. 382960226x. Book and DJ As New. No...As New in As New dust jacket. 382960226x. Book and DJ As New. No names or ANY markings.; Book ships in a box, USA.; full color plates; Folio 13 1/2" x 10"; 83 pages.
Description:Very Good in Sl/worn and Chipped jacket. 4to. pp. 86, small scar...Very Good in Sl/worn and Chipped jacket. 4to. pp. 86, small scar on upper front panel of the dustjacket where a price-sticker was removed, otherwise overal vg, color reproductions of the art works, Dutch-American painter Willem de Kooning was a first generation Abstract Expressionist. Starting as an "angry young man" in the 1930s, he is best known for his Women series—a subject he pursued from the beginning to the end of his career. In the 1970s he began to make sculptures. At a ripe old age, de Kooning's furor made way for a quiet, almost conceptual art of painting that is nevertheless full of suspense. Heading in a new direction, his works became more drawing-like, with a preference for primary colors, eventually including pastel colors to the palette. Bridging the gap to Minimalism, he never abandoned gestural forms. This volume is the first to focus on Willem de Kooning's late paintings, with essays by Julie Sylvester and David Sylvester. It accompanies a travelling exhibition starting at the Hermitage Museum St. Petersburg in summer 2006 and presenting 24 works, most of which have never been seen before. "
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