VG. Cream and color illus. wraps. 80 pp. 14 bw, 34 color repros. Introduction by Corrine Jennings, lengthy essay "Reaching Through The Veil: African-American Artist Edward Mitchell Bannister" by Juanita Marie Holland. Catalogue lists 79 works. Includes detailed chronology. A very active African-American artist in Providence, Rhode Island and Boston. Published to accompany an exhibition held in Stamford, CT, at the Whitney at Champion, Nov. 19, 1992 to Jan. 27, 1993 one previous location.
Edward Mitchell Bannister. Very Fine in None Issued jacket. Book. 4to-over 9¾-12" tall. This is the softcover catalogue for the Museum Exhibition. A Very Fine copy. There is evidence of a price sticker removed from the back cover.
Very Good. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 80pp, b&w and colour plates throughout. Published for the exhibition 'Edward Mitchell Bannister (1828-1901) at Kenkeleba House and the Whitney Museum of American Art 1992-1993. Includes chronology of Bannister's life and index of works at exhibition. Book appears unused, spine intact, page edges lightly tanned with age. Cover (reproduction of Bannister's 'Untitled (Rhode Island Landscape)1898' on front) is age-worn, colour faded, staining and cracks near spine. Glue between cover and front page has cracked open.
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