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Joseph Solman - Theodore F. Wolff, Dore Ashton, et al.
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Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1983. Hardbound. VG+/VG- (Clean, bright, tight copy but with auction house ex-lib. plate inside front cover; dj has a mark on front cover where sticker was removed and bar code on back; otherwise no flaws.). Grey cloth with color-illustrated jacket. xix + 490 pp., profusely illustrated in color and bw. With an introduction by Dore Ashton and foreword by Robert Motherwell. Published for the National Gallery of Art, by Harvard. William Seitz was a creative witness to one of the major artistic upheavals of our time. A painter himself, he knew the painters of the New York School and shared their milieu in the vibrant early years of the Abstract Expressionist movement. His pioneering study, written in the early 1950s and circulated only in photocopies, became an underground classic. When Seitz was laying the groundwork for his book, conversing with the artists and studying their canvases, Abstract Expressionist painting, though already beginning to influence artists abroad, was greeted with hostility or bewilder¬ment at home. Seitz had a considerable role, it seems, in educating students and collectors in the nature and objectives of the movement. Later, of course, books surveying and assessing the movement appeared, but none has had the immediacy and freshness of this view from inside by a sensitive observer and interpreter. Seitz's aim, as he describes it, is to search out the fundamental premises - technical, aesthetic, philosophical, and ethical - through which Abstract Expressionism developed. His discussion, organized by topic, proceeds from the specific and particular to the general, from the paintings and comments of individual artists toward group principles, concepts, and values. It draws mainly on the works and words of six painters: Hans Hofmann, Mark Tobey, Arshile Gorky, Mark Rothko, Willem de Kooning, and Robert Motherwell., Harvard University Press, 1983, Washington D.C.: American Tree Association, 1946. col. paper wraps, stapled at spine, unpaginated, (51 p), illustrated, story and pictures in linoleum blocks by Ed Nofziger; acknowledgment to Allen W. Bratton, The artist, Ed Nofziger was born in California. During WWII his religious conviction led him to declare himself a conscientious objector and in 1943 he was conscripted and assigned to a Forest Service station in Cooperstown, New York. It was during this time that Nofziger used his artistic talent and imagination to create Joe Beaver (JOE BEAVER does not appear in this example, the title characters are, Ashton and Elmer, two little trees) as a teaching tool to promote conservation. Joe Beaver was a great success and the Forest Service began to use him to promote forest management. He is the forerunner of Smokey the Bear and Woodsy Owl. Later Nofziger would be employed in full time animation, working for UPA studios drawing "Mister Magoo" cartoons and later for Hanna-Barbera where he drew "Ruff and Ready" This small item is an early contribution to the promotion of forest conservation in the United States and as such is worth saving. Nofziger died in 2000. In his Los Angeles Times obituary a fellow artist Roger Armstrong gave him his due as one of "the finest cartoonist of animals in the last half-century." Size: 8 vo,.. Paperbound. Very Good., American Tree Association, 1946, NY: Da Capo Press, 1995. cloth, hardcover in dust jacket., no flaws or wear, clean, no markings, strong binding. a very well preserved copy.; 208pp., 198 color plates and a number of b/w drawings, photos. ten essays and text contributions by various critics, dealers, artists. comprehensive monograph on the new york artist who co-founded the ten group of artists.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall., Da Capo Press, 1995

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[EAN: 9780306796654], Gebraucht, guter Zustand, [PU: Da Capo Press, NY], JOSEPH SOLMAN.; AMERICAN MODERNIST PAINTING.; TWENTIETH CENTURY THE TEN., Art|Individual Artist, Jacket, cloth, hardcover in dust jacket., no flaws or wear, clean, no markings, strong binding. a very well preserved copy.; 208pp., 198 color plates and a number of b/w drawings, photos. ten essays and text contributions by various critics, dealers, artists. comprehensive monograph on the new york artist who co-founded the ten group of artists. Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

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Joseph Solman: A Monograph - Joseph Solman, Theodore F. Wolff, Theodore F. Wolff
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NY, DaCapo Press, 1995. Hardcover. ISBN: 0306796651. VG/VG. Forest green cloth/color DJ. 208 pp. 175 color, 23 bw plates. ¶ Including essays by Dore Ashton, John Simon, Sidney Janis, Larry Campbell, and Stuart Preston, this unique book invites art lovers to share the fruits of an artistic journey that began more than six decades ago. With excellent illustrations.

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NY, DaCapo Press, 1995. Hardcover. ISBN: 0306796651. VG/VG. Forest green cloth/color DJ. 208 pp. 175 color, 23 bw plates. ¶ Including essays by Dore Ashton, John Simon, Sidney Janis, Larry Campbell, and Stuart Preston, this unique book invites art lovers to share the fruits of an artistic journey that began more than six decades ago. With excellent illustrations.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780306796654
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0306796651
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Publishing year: 1995
Publisher: Da Capo Press, NY

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ISBN/EAN: 0306796651

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