Frederick Hart, Sculptor, Hudson Hills Press, 1994, 599/1000, Fine w/VG Slipcase

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Brown, J. Carter (Introduction), Tom Wolfe (Commentary), et al. Frederick Hart, Sculptor (New York: Hudson Hills Press, 1994).
English, SIGNED, First Edition, Limited Edition, No. 599 of 1000 SIGNED copies, a Fine book in a Very Good slipcase, Near Fine overall, HC, 4to or fo, book: 13 1/2" x 10," slipcase: 14" x 10," 144 pp., including illustrations, Bibliography, and Index of Works.
ISBN: 1555951201

Lacks limited-edition sculpture. SIGNED First Edition. Limited Edition, No. 599 of 1000 copies. Fine dark blue cloth-covered boards, gilt lettering to spine, top edge gilt. Covers have slight fading along spine, else pristine and intact, binding tight, sharp tips. Very Good dark blue cloth-covered slipcase. Slipcase has moderate rubbing and fading and slight fraying to cloth along edges, else clean and intact. Title label with off-white lettering and color illustration tipped in on one side of slipcase. Pages pristine and intact. Replete with color illustrations. SIGNED by Frederick Hart in blue ink on front colophon as "Frederick Hart." Excerpt from front colophon: "This book is one of a Limited Edition of 1030 numbered copies of Frederick Hart, Sculptor signed by the artist and accompanied by the limited edition sculpture [not included]." 1000 copies of the book and sculpture were numbered 1-1000. 30 copies of the book and sculpture were numbered 1-XXX. A beautiful monograph and catalogue raisonné featuring the life and work of Frederick Hart (1943-1999), an American sculptor. Hart worked with a variety of media including bronze, marble, limestone, acrylic, and resin. He is perhaps best-known for his Creation Sculptures at the Washington National Cathedral and The Three Soldiers at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Also included herein are essays by Homan Potterton, James M. Goode, Frederick Downs, Jr., Frederick Turner, Donald Martin Reynolds, James F. Cooper, and Robert Chase.