Milton Avery

Milton Avery

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This superb oversized volume is the first to truly do justice to the immensely influential work of one of America's great artists. In this highly anticipated second printing, Milton Avery chronicles the work of an artist who managed to carve out a unique position for himself in the art world over thirty-five years. The magnificent artists' monograph presents all of Avery's most important paintings, including many unfamiliar ones, in oversize colour plates: they range from the early 1920s to 1963. A detailed chronology of the artist's life is included and rounding out the volume are essays that explore Avery's career in detail.

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With the second printing of this estimable 1990 book, the extraordinary oeuvre of one of America's great artists is made available, along with an introductory essay by Hilton Kramer, fully developed text by Robert Hobbs, a chronology, and a combined bibliography and exhibition history. The format is oversize (12x12"), allowing for luxurious display of 120 color plates and 38 b&w illustrations. Avery (1885-1965), became a serious full-time painter at the age of 40, lived in New York for the next 35 years, and created a body of work that engaged with the Abstract Expressionists yet found its own path and has been enormously influential. Annotation ©2010 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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This superb oversized volume is the first to truly do justice to the immensely influential work of one of America’s great artists. Highly anticipated reprint with over 100 color plates.
This superb oversized volume is the first to truly do justice to the immensely influential work of one of America's great artists. In this highly anticipated second printing, Milton Avery chronicles the work of an artist who managed to carve out a unique position for himself in the art world over thirty-five years. The magnificent artists' monograph presents all of Avery's most important paintings, including many unfamiliar ones, in oversize colour plates: they range from the early 1920s to 1963. A detailed chronology of the artist's life is included and rounding out the volume are essays that explore Avery's career in detail.

Publisher: New York : Hudson Hills Press : Distributed in the U.S. by Rizzoli International Publications, c1990
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780933920958
0933920954
Characteristics: 263 p. : col. ill. ; 31 cm

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