Title: Willem De Kooning : Vellums. March 21 - ...
Publisher: Mitchell-Innes & Nash / Matthew Marks Gallery, New Tork
Publication Date: 2001
Binding: Pictorial Boards
Book Condition: Good
Edition: Exhibition Catalogue
72 pp. 22 colour plates. 11 colour and b/w in-text figures. Essay by Brenda Richardson including notes and sources. Catalogue for an exhibition of preliminary charcoal drawings on vellum, oil paintings and other works on paper by Willem De Kooning (1904-97) held at Mitchell-Innes & Nash gallery, New York in 2001. Internally clean without marks or additions. Illustrated paper covered boards are slightly shelf worn with minor bumps at all corners, dents and paper wear to the tail edges from shelving and rubbing along the spine and tail edges. (.750 g. / 1.65 lbs.). Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 009307
Synopsis: This catalog is the first to examine in depth Willem de Kooning's use of vellum and charcoal transfers in his artistic process. The way de Kooning copied from his own drawings and paintings to create new works of art is ingeniously illustrated through vellum overlay inserts.
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