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First edition. Softcover. Exhibition catalog with essays by Morrin, Zilczer and Agee as well as brief biographies of the artists in the show. Includes numerous illustrations with many in color. A very good plus copy in wrappers with a little wear and soiling.
Very Good. First printing in large paper covers. 200 pp. Illustrations in color and black and white, bibliography. The spine has a crease and a slight lean, minimal cover wear. Clean and unmarked. Very Good.
VG. Color wraps. 200 pp. 59 color, 80 bw repros. Preface by Gudmund Vigtel, major essays by Peter Morrin (An Overview: Post-Impressionism and North American Art), Judith Zilczer (The Dissemination of Post-Impressionism in North America, 1900-1918) and William C. Agee (Into The New Century: After The First Wave). 54 artists represented by 135 listed works, each artist with at least one color plate. Scarce and important exhibition catalogue, long out-of-print with an apparently small press run. Catalogue to accompany the exhibition of 1986 in Atlanta and 3 additional locations.
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