Very good. No dust jacket. Missing jacket. Jacket flaps included inside front cover. Dark green pictorial boards w/gilt lettering to spine are in Very Good+ condition. Contents in Very Good+ to Near Fine condition. 96 p. Contains: Illustrations. Audience: General/trade.
Near Fine in Very Good jacket. Book Near fine in original cloth-covered boards and very good dust jacket with rubbing, a short closed tear and edgewear. The top edge of the text has a small coffee stain. Laid into this copy is an article on Solman from the Christian Science Monitor.
Near Fine in Very Good jacket. First edition. Long octavo. Non paginated. Green cloth boards. Illustrated with color plates. Lightly bumped corners and bowed boards else about near fine in a very good age-toned, price-clipped dustwrapper with a darkened spine, a few small chips and tears along the edges.
Near Fine in Very Good + jacket. First Edition. Hardcover, dust jacket, unpaginated, color illustrations, oblong, light rubbing and edgewear to jacket with small chip at crown of spine, else a clean and near fine copy.
Very Good in Good jacket. Book. Signed. Johnson, Una VG/G as dj has a chip (price intact on flap), closed tears, association copy as inscribed to artist Larry Campbell (who has written praiseworthy essays on him) by Solman on fep, oblong 8vo, 1st edn, 41 colour ill. Joseph Solman first attracted attention in the 1930s. Together with Mark Rothko, Adolph Gottlieb, Ben-Zion, and Ilya Bolotowsky, he launched "The Ten, " an embattled group of modern painters opposed to the established grip on the art world by regional, domestic artists like Thomas Hart Benton and Grant Wood. In the years since, prominent museums such as the Whitney, the Duncan Phillips, the Joseph Hirshhorn, the Fogg Museum, Yale University Museum, and the British Museum have acquired prime examples of Solman's work. In recognition of his achievements he received the 1961 National Institute of Arts and Letters Award in Painting. In addition to fifteen one-man shows in New York, he has held solo exhibitions in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C. With 200 illustrations, nearly 175 in color, and tributes by Dore Ashton, John Simon, Sidney Janis, Larry Campbell, and Stuart Preston.
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