Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller

Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller

Brice Marden Paintings and Drawings

New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1992. First edition. Hardcover. Oblong Quarto. 239pp. Original white cloth with black and gray lettering on spine, in original color-illustrated dustjacket, black and blue lettering on spine. Light pinkish-brown endpapers. Color frontispiece. "Complete analysis of the development of Marden's art, from his student days to the present. An account of Marden's early development, in the 1960s, and his seminal role in redefining the nature of abstract painting is given in the context of the culture of the 60s and in the large context of the 20th-century modernism. Marden's changing influences, his peers, and his followers are all taken into account, as is the importance of drawings to the overall development of his work." (Publisher). Illustrated with full page color photographs of Marden's work with bibliography, list of exhibitions, index and photo credits at rear. Dustjacket with very light wear along edges and minor rubbing. Binding with some sunning and very light smudging. Small slip with printed credits for the publication taped to front free endpaper. Light sunning along edges of block, not affecting images. Very good condition. Item #48254
ISBN: 0810936275

Price: $175.00

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