Title: Art News : Volume 64, Number 7, November ...
Publisher: Newsweek, Inc., New York
Publication Date: 1965
Binding: Stapled Wraps
Book Condition: Good
78 pp. 8 colour illustrations with numerous b/w illustrations throughout. Respected American periodical on art founded in 1902. Contents include : "Charlemagne's Dream" - Pierre Schneider. "Dickinson : Reality of Reflection" - Diane Waldman. "The Object is Symbol" - Martin Friedman. "Prud'hon's Union of Love and Friendship" - Anita Brookner. " A Role for Raoul Dufy". "Painter to the New York Poets" -Ted Berrigan. "London : Imperium to Maniac" - John Russell. "Independence through Interdepedence" - Henry A. LaFarge. Monthly features include letter's to the editor, international art news, reviews and previews, coming auctions, New York and international exhibitions calendar and much more. Internally clean without marks or additions. Age toning to the extremities. Slight bump and bent tips to the head corner of the text block. Sound stapled binding. Colour illustrated wraps are lightly shelf worn and handled. Faint glue stains from removed mailing labels along the spine edge of both panels. Rubbing and paper wear along the spine edge with 1 cm tear at the foot. Soft pressure bends along the spine edge. (.250 g.) Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 010377
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