Title: Art News : Volume 64, Number 1. March 1965
Publisher: Newsweek, Inc., New York
Publication Date: 1965
Binding: Stapled Wraps
Book Condition: Very Good
70 pp. 8 colour illustrations with numerous b/w illustrations throughout. Respected American periodical on art founded in 1902. Contents include : "Los Angeles : The Scene" - John Coplans. "Los Angeles : The New Museum" - Alfred Frankfurter. "De Kooning's New Women" - Thomas B. Hess. "Reinhardt Paints a Picture" - Ad Reinhardt. "Cornell : The Compass of Boxing" - Diane Waldman. "Meta-Trompe-L'Oeil" - Suzi Gablik. Monthly features include letter's to the editor, international art news, coming auctions, reviews and previews, Art news from London, exhibition calendar and much more. Internally clean without marks or additions. Faint age toning at the extremities. Colour illustrated wraps are lightly soiled and show minor shelf and edge wear. Slight bumps affect the tips of the head and tail corners of the front panel and some adjacent pages. (.240 g/) Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 010375
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Store Description: Our store specializes in books and catalogues on the fine arts, commercial arts, photography, and architecture. We also have a stock of magazines and periodicals on these subjects dating from the 1950s to the 1970s and welcome any inquiries on titles you do not see posted on our AbeBooks.com listings.