Manuel Neri is a key figure in the historic and influential Bay Area figurative art movement. After working as a painter and ceramicist, he turned to plaster sculpture based on Rodin's fragmented torsos inspired by unearthed Greek and Roman sculpture. This magnificent and comprehensive volume covers Neri's early career, with essays devoted to his paintings, drawings, and sculpture. 391 color plats.

Manuel Neri: Early Work 1953-1978 1997, Hudson Hills Press, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780886750466

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