Art News : Volume 63, Number 8. December 1964
70 pp. 4 colour illustrations with numerous b/w illustrations throughout. Respected American periodical on art founded in 1902. Contents include : "Museum Evaluations 1 : Cleveland" - Alfred Frankfurter. "Cellini, Houdon & others at the V. & A." - John Russell. "The Animal Kingdom of Anne Arnold" - Lawrence Campbell. "Short, Cool Summer at the Colony" - Sherman Drexler. "Zogbaum makes a Sculpture" - May Natalie Tabak. "The Split Worlds of Max Beckmann" - Mark Roskill and more. Monthly feature include letter's to the editor, international art news, coming auctions, reviews and previews, exhibition calendar and much more. Internally clean without marks or additions. Faint age toning at the extremities. Sound stapled binding. Panels of the colour illustrated wraps are lightly soiled, shelf and edge worn with rubbing and paper wear at the head of the spine edge. (.250 g.) Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 010373
Title: Art News : Volume 63, Number 8. December ...
Publisher: Newsweek, Inc.
Publication Date: 1964
Binding: Stapled Wraps
Book Condition: Good
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