Good. No Jacket. Ex-Library. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Minor edge and corner wear; no dj; lightly scuffed and scratched; corners are gently bumped and rubbed; some light shelf wear; ex-library with the usual library markings; overall a nice used copy! White cloth with black lettering on the spine. 63 informative and artistic pages nicely enhanced by black and white and full-color photographs and illustrations! "In the spring of 1965, Willem de Kooning moved out of the big gleaming loft he had fixed up on Broadway, to live the year-round on Long Island. Since 1951 he had spent most of his summers in East Hampton. In 1962 he bought a cottage from his brother-in-law and a piece of land nearby on which he began to guild an ideal studio. But New York was still his base of operations----as it had been since 1927, one year after his arrival from Holland.
VG, but small label on front lower left cover, pocket inside front cover. Wraps. 64 pp. 8 color, 60 bw plates. The author provides some interesting insights about DeKoonings relationship to his physical surroundings, as well as tracing the development of an individual painting over time.
VG, but small stain on front cover, marker inscription inside front cover. Wraps. 64 pp. 8 color, 60 bw plates. The author provides some interesting insights about DeKooning's relationship to his physical surroundings, as well as tracing the development of an individual painting over time.
Very Good in Good jacket. 63 pages. B&w and color illustrations throughout. Examines de Kooning's relationship to his physical surroundings and traces the development of a recent painting, The Visit (1966-67), through a series of photographs taken of the work in progress. Gray cloth. White pictorial dust jacket with some staining, otherwise a nice, tight copy. Record # 605214.
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