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Marck, Jan Van Der. GEORGE SEGAL. 234 pp. with 160 illus., 66 in color, oblong 4to, cloth. New York, Abrams, 1975.
Item nr. 10114
Martin, Henry. ARMAN. 200 pp. text with 178 plates, some in color. Large, oblong 4to, cloth. New York, Abrams, (1973).
Item nr. 912
Diedrichsen, Diedrich et al. YAYOI KUSAMA: Mirrored Years. 303 pages, hundreds of color and b&w illustrations. 8vo, boards. Dijon, Les Presses du Real, 2009.
A compact visual overview of Kusama's work, with essays that illuminate the themes and trajectory of her career.
Item nr. 138546
Serota, Nicholas (editor). HOWARD HODGKIN. Essay by James Meyer; 224 pp., 65 color plates, 56 color and b&w figures. 4to, boards. London, Tate Publishing, 2006.
Published to accompany an exhibition at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Tate Britain, London and Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid...
Item nr. 120641
Garrels, Gary et al. Plane Image. A BRICE MARDEN Retrospective. 330 pp., 261 color and 13 b&w illustrations. 4to, cloth. New York, Museum of Modern Art, 2006.
This catalogue for Brice Marden's first major American retrospective features work from the early 1960s to the present. It is the first overview to.....
Item nr. 120219
Calvocoressi, Richard. KOKOSCHKA. 128 pp. with 136 illus., 107 in color. 4to, cloth. New York, Rizzoli, 1992.
Item nr. 31671
SUTNAR, Ladislav. Package Design: The Force of Visual Selling. Unpaginated. Illustrated with hundreds of photographs. Oblong 4to., 228 x 305 mm, bound in publisher's boards and illustrated dust jacket. New York: Arts Inc., 1953.
Sutnar's classic work on advertising. Sutnar, a native of Czechoslovakia, became one of the twentieth century's most.....
Item nr. 45285
Lecombre, Sylvain. OSSIP ZADKINE: L'Oeuvre Sculpte. 707 pp. include 25 color and 690 b&w duotones illustrating 593 sculptures and the artist's milieu. Large 4to, boards in slipcase. Paris, Musee Zadkine, 1994.
A catalogue raisonné presenting for the first time the totality of Zadkine's sculpture, drawn from both museum and private collections.....
Item nr. 38779
Waldman, Diane. ELLSWORTH KELLY: Drawings, Collages, Prints. 288 pp. with approx. 200 plates and illustrations, any tipped-in and in color. Folio, cloth with slipcase. Greenwich, NYGS, 1971.
Signed and numbered limited edition. Lacking the lithograph "Blue, Green, Black and Red", as are most, if not all, copies.
Some waterstaining to slipcase, book.....
Item nr. 26232
Trucchi, Lorenza. FRANCIS BACON. 41 pp. text, followed by 180 mostly color, mostly full-page plates. Large 4to, cloth. New York, Abrams, 1975.
Item nr. 7179
Rose, Barbara and Jacquelyn Days Serwer (essays). LARRY RIVERS: Art and the Artist. Foreword by David C. Levy; 184 pp., 83 color and 53 duotone illustrations. Folio, cloth. Boston, New York, London, Bulfinch Press in association with Washington, Corcoran Gallery of Art, 2002.
This book and the exhibition it accompanies at.....
Item nr. 101305
Madrid. Museo Reina Sofia. MARK TOBEY. 500 pp., numerous color and b&w illustrations. 4to, wraps. 1997.
A substantial monograph on a legendary American artist on whom little literature has previously been available. Excellent reproductions capture the intricacy and luminosity of Tobey's painting. Light creasing to covers and spine. Text in Spanish.....
Item nr. 52175
Cooper, Douglas. PICASSO Theatre. 368 pp. with 447 illustrations, including 68 color plates. Folio, cloth. New York, Abrams, 1987.
Item nr. 40645
Baur, John I.H. PHILIP EVERGOOD. 215 pp. with 151 plates, many in color, some folding, oblong folio, cloth. New York, Abrams, 1975.
Item nr. 2011
Rapaport, Brooke Kamin (editor) et al.. The Sculpture of LOUISE NEVELSON: Constructing a Legend. xviii and 238 pp., 140 color and 37 b&w illustrations. 4to, cloth. New York, The Jewish Museum in association with New Haven and London, Yale University Press, 2007.
Nevelson, one of the foremost sculptors of the 20th.....
Item nr. 122466
Lipschutz-Villa, E. RICHARD TUTTLE. 204 pp., 66 color and 211 b&w illustrations. 4to, cloth, 1991.
A lavishly illustrated monograph on the American minimalist, featuring insightful texts along with reproductions of his spare, poetic oeuvre spanning 1965-1991.
Signed by Tuttle on title page.
Item nr. 35384
Boston. Museum of Fine Arts. CHARLES SHEELER: Paintings and Drawings. Text by Carol Troyen and Erica Hirshler; 225 pp. exhibition catalogue, 31 b&w figures and 87 color plates. Large 4to, cloth. Boston, Little, Brown and Co., 1988.
Item nr. 13786