95pp. Large square octavo [23 cm] Tan cloth covered boards with black ink stamped titles and a black ink stamped artistic vignette on the front cover. Fine. No Jacket. Jack Rutberg is owner and director of Jack Rutberg Fine Arts, in Los Angeles. Melvin P. Lader is widely regarded as the eminent scholar on the work of Arshile Gorky.
Near Fine in Wraps. Stiff red pictorial wraps. First edition. Catalogue published to accompany the exhibition from November 5, 2004-January 15, 2005 at Jack Rutberg Fine Arts in Los Angeles. Book is in near fine condition, crisp and clean, with tight binding and sharp corners. Full color reproductions of Gorky's early graphic work. 8vo. 95 pp.
Cloth in dust jacket. Sq. 4to. 96 pages and 103 color illustrations. Devoted to an important formative phase of Arshile Gorky? s career. Melvin P. Lader, leading scholar on the artist's work, establishes new critical ground expanding upon his extensive research and previous writings on the life and work of Arshile Gorky. With significant new insights and revelations into his early years, Mel Lader's essay and Jack Rutberg's preface bring to greater light a profound artistic relationship between Gorky and artist Hans Burkhardt, which would have an enduring impact. All of the works in this book were from Burkhardt? s collection, with the majority of these-more than 100 works-having never before been exhibited or reproduced. Near fine in semi-opaque dust jacket.
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