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VG. Wraps. 140 pp. 15 color, 135 bw repros. Includes essays by Robert Carleton Hobbs (Early Abstract Expressionism: A Concern with the Unknown Within) and Gail Levin (Miro, Kandinsky, and the Genesis of Abstract Expressionism). Includes sections on Baziotes, de Kooning, Gorky, Gottlieb, Hofmann, Krasner, Motherwell, Newman, Pollock, Pousette-Dart, Reinhardt, Rothko, Stamos, Still and Tomlin. Extensively illustrated.
Good+ 0801492238. Profusely illustrated including 15 full-page color plates. Tight binding, clean pages. A touch of shelf/edge wear to slightly rubbed wraps with a few minor paint stains to rear, previous owner was a painter, otherwise better than Good. No inscriptions. No remainder mark. Not ex-library. An excellent copy.; 4to; 140 pages.
Stiff Paper. Fine/No Dj. 4to. 140pp. Light rubbing to covers. Pub. in conjunction with an exhib. organized by the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art and the Whitney. March 30-May 14 1978 and other exh ib.
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