New York: Hudson Hills Press, 1991. First edition. Hardcover. Small folio. 380pp. Original illustrated dust-jacket, with white lettering on front cover and spine. Textured white cloth boards with black debossed design on front cover and black lettering on the spine. Pigeon blue endpapers. Frontispiece reproduction in color (Mexican Night II, 1984).
This engaging Catalogue Raisonné of Robert Motherwell's work from 1943-1990, also offers firsthand insight into the artist's creative process and contains interviews with twelve master printers and publishers with whom he worked. This definitive study is splendidly illustrated with 424 color plates and 179 duo tone illustrations. Each color plate or illustration is accompanied by specific details pertaining to each print. Also included are a note by the artist, biographical outline, selected bibliography and index.
Dustjacket with light wear along edges and lightly rubbed. Binding with light bumps at upper edges. Dust-jacket very good, binding and interior in near fine condition overall. vg+ to near fine. Item #48265