Quarto; VG-/no DJ paperback; Off-white spine with blue text; Covers have shelfwear such as rubbed, age toned exteriors and corners, staining on front, edgewear at edges; Textblock is slightly age toned; pp 345. Arts-American. Rockville.
VG. Wraps. 345 pp. 140 color, 200 bw plates. Essays by Nan Rosenthal and Ruth E. Fine, with assistance by Marla Prather and Amy Mizrahi Zorn. Catalogue lists 117 entries. Extensive notes, and an interview with the artist. Five of the color plates are fold-out. Published to accompany the exhibition held at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC from May 20 to July 29, 1990, one other location.
Jasper Johns. Fine. Illustrated with 117 plates including many in color, plus numerous smaller illustrations. 345pp. 4to, stiff pictorial wrappers. Washington: National Gallery of Art, (1990). First softcover edition. A near fine copy.
Near Fine Plus. Exhibition Catalogue. Folio-over 12"-15" tall. Wrappers., minor rubbing to bottom edge. no other flaws. clean, unmarked, tight sewn binding.; 345pp., 117 pieces in exhibition illustrated in color. numerous figures in essays and catalogue entries, color and b/w.; two essays, interview, catalogue, reference material.
1990. National Gallery of Art, Washington. Softback. Book-VG. 12x9.5. 345pp. Colour frontis, profuse colour & b/w photos & illus. Jasper Johns (b. 1930) is celebrated as one of the preeminent painters of his generation. His work brilliantly conjoins the cerebral and the sensual and, like so much great art, challenges and stimulates the viewer at the same time. This exhibition showed his drawings in breadth and depth.
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