Western Art and the New Era

Price: $225.00 USD

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Very Good

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Original tan cloth with design matching DJ on boards. DJ spine sun-faded, with tiny chip missing from head. This book has the feel of age and quality, and was well cared-for. Laid in is a slip presenting an "editorial copy", suggesting that any review might include the price of $7.00 ! Also laid in is an article on Picasso from Time Magazine, Feb. 10, 1947. There are 61 illustrations by a variety of artists. There are three short marginal lines, and six small marginal checkmarks, most of which are in pencil. This book is the result of a request to publish a series of lectures given by the author to help the public understand and appreciate modern art. Chapters are: Why Does Art Exist ?; The Importance of Imagination and the Development of the Senses; The Chain of Western Art, from the Byzantine to Post-Impressionism; What Next ?; What is Modern Art ?; Modern Art, Continued ; and How to Appreciate Art. NOTE; Since this book is on consignment, our 20 per cent discount to the trade does not apply. 130 pp.

Title: Western Art and the New Era

Edition: First ( No Additional printings)

Illustrator: Various Artists

Location Published: N.Y., Brentano's Publisher's: 1923

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Good Plus

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Type: Book

Categories: Art

Seller ID: 003385

Keywords: noisbn art. modern.