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Americans in Paris: Man Ray, Gerald Murphy Stuart Davis, Alexander Calder.
by [Expatriate Art] Turner, Elizabeth Hutton.

Publisher Information:
Counterpoint Press,, Washington D.C.:: 1996..

A Very Good copy in Very Good wraps with a creased corner. Published in conjunction with an exhibition of the same name organized by the Philips Collection in Washington, D.C. (1996). The book documents the work and influences of these four notables of the avant-garde, who starftle and delight to this day. Paris welcomed Gerald Murphy, whose billboard sized subist icon dominated the 1924 Salon des Indepedndants & launched a brief but brilliant career; Stuart Davis, who explored cubist painting, lithography & jazz; Man Ray, who abandoned oil to 'paint with light'; and Alexander Calder, who's wire circuses and portraits transformed 'play.' Features 39 color and103 black & white illustrations of the works of these four important American artists.


Edition: First Paperback Printing.
ISBN: 1887178295
Book Id: 24806

Price: $65.00

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