VG-/Good+ (Label & few marks from previous gallery owner; white dj shows some age & has slight edgewear; contents undisturbed. ) Tan stamped cloth, white & decorated dust jacket, 199 pp., 8 color, 76 bw plates. A lengthy study of pioneering New Mexico abstract artist Raymond Jonson (1891-1982). With an introduction by Elaine de Kooning.
Fine in original grey cloth and near fine lightly rubbed pictorial dust jacket. Inscribed by Jonson on the front free endpaper. Foreword by Elaine de Kooning. Quarto. 199 pages. Illustrated with eight color plates and seventy-one black-and-white reproductions of paintings, photographs, etc.
First edition. Hardcover. Foreword by Elaine de Kooning and text by Ed Garman. Includes 8 color plates, 71 black and white figures and 5 black and white photographs of Jonson. A fine and tight copy in a very near fine dust jacket.
Very Good. 0826304044 SIGNED by the AUTHOR ~ no inscription/dedication, dated 1978 ~ Very Gently Worn Hardcover w/ Dust Jacket ~ minor shelf-wear, otherwise Neat & Tight Binding ~ all books carefully examined & well packaged.
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