Illustrated by Greg Constantine. Near Fine. 8vo. 0394721802. First edition/first printing in Near Fine condition. From the collection of Betty Anderson, legendary art director of publisher Knopf in the late 20th century as evidenced by her (small and unobtrusive) inventory number; B & W Illustrations.
First edition. Oblong softcover. Includes numerous black and white illustrations. An about very good plus copy with some minor creasing to the bottom corner of the front panel and to the first few pages. Otherwise a nice copy. Signed and inscribed by Constantine on the title page and very uncommon as such.
Near Fine. No Jacket. Book 77pp. 1st Edition (stated). Original pictorial wraps. Illustrated. A humorous look at what Van Gogh may have painted and done if he was transported to 1980's New York City. The back cover has a great sketch of Van Gogh standing in defense of a street gang spraying graffiti on subway cars as police draw their pistols (it's called "Defending New Wave Art" in the book). Laid in are three glossy black and white plates to be used for review purposes, making this an Advance Review Copy of the book, which are scarce. Some creasing. Size: 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall.
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