Louise Nevelson Atmospheres and Environments Introduction By Edward Albee - Signed by Louise Nevelson
(Art - 20th Century - Louise Nevelson)

New York, N.Y.: Clarkson N. Potter, Inc. In Association Wth the Whitney Museum, 1980. F 191 pages; signed on the half-title page by Louise Nevelson; published on the occasion of an exhibition of her works at the Whitney Museum of American Art, NY May 27 - September 14, 1980; black and white illustrated throughout and also several reproduced in gold tones, with a four-panel folding plate of "Mrs.N's Palace" the largest single work Louise Nevelson had ever made to that date and with details of that piece. Useful chronology of the artist, bibliography, diagrams of the environments of the exhibition drawn by Patricia Wynne. With full details on most of the works found in the exhibition. Approx. 9 3/4" x 13 1/2" size; illustrated dustjacket over black cloth boards; light wear to the jacket; in very good condition. Louise Nevelson (1899 - 1988) sculptor, "...Her lifelong interest in the arts and her creation of art forms can be viewed as a drama of the psyche finding three-dimensional realization." (Joan Marter in the ANB) Very Good Hardcover (Item ID: 24443)


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