Fine in Fine jacket. Hardcover. First Edition. Signed and inscribed by Grace Hartigan "To Jacob with kind regards / Grace Hartigan / '03." This is the first monograph devoted to Grace Hartigan, one of the most important artists of New York' School of the 1950s. Hartigan (1922-2008) was an Abstract Expressionist known for her intensely colored paintings that often incorporated images from popular culture. She was the only woman artist included in MOMA's legendary The New American Painting exhibit that toured Europe in the late 1950s. She was friends with major artists of her time, including Jackson Pollock, Larry Rivers, Helen Frankenthaler, and Willem do Kooning. Hartigan moved to Baltimore in the 1960s, where she lived until her death. Fine in yellow cloth boards with white title to spine. Top corner of rear free endpage is creased. Includes 64 full color plates and 40 black and white illustrations. In fine illustrated color dust jacket. 156 pages. ART/080614.
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