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Frankenthaler
Title:
Frankenthaler
Elderfield, John
$950.00

Harry N. Abrams, New York, 1989. First edition. Illustrated boards with an acetate dust jacket. In very tidy condition inside and out. Previous owner name inside and some minor soiling to the page edges. This is a large heavy book so postage will be more than abe quoted postage.
Helen Frankenthaler is one of the most significant and influential artists of the past 45 years. An early pioneer of the stained-canvas method and one of the foremost lyrical colorists of our time, she has produced a body of work whose impact on contemporary art has been profound.

This landmark study offers an in-depth analysis of the year-by-year evolution of her art. In addition to paintings, Frankenthaler's studies on paper, prints, book covers, ceramic and metal sculpture, tapestries, set designs, and mural works are also featured. John Elderfield's text is enhanced by quotations from Frankenthaler and from other contemporary artists and critics who shed new light on her enormous achievement, resulting in the definitive work on the artist.

Second hand Hardback
Stock: 
1
ISBN: 
0810909162
SKU:
026703

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