7 American Women: The Depression Decade, Vassar College Art Gallery, 1976, Good

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Guest Curators Karal Ann Marling and Helen A. Harrison. New York, Vassar College Art Gallery, 1976 
English, good staple bound art exhibit catalog,  8vo, 8 1/2” x 11”, 40 pp.

Good staple bound art exhibition catalog, 8vo, 8 1/2” x 11”, black-and-white pictorial wraps featuring photographs of artists and their artwork to front, black titling to front, plain white back. Minor edge wear, heavy shelf wear to front, back, and spine, heavy rubbing to spine, chip at bottom corner to front, text block sunned, note written in ink to page 21 that reads "Emmy Lou Packard".  Otherwise tightly bound, clean, and excellent. 40 pp. Replete with black-and-white images of artists and artwork. Complete with essays by Karal Ann Marling and Helen A. Harrison, Forward by The A.I.R. Gallery, and Selected Bibliography. Collection on display from January 19- March 5, 1976 at Vassar College Art Gallery. The artists include: Rosalind Bengelsdorf, Lucienne Bloch, Minna Citron, Marion Greenwood, Doris Lee, Elizabeth Olds and Concetta Scaravaglione. Excerpt from Preface: "Collectively [the artists'] works encompass the varied spectrum of artistic styles, media, and iconography popular in the Depression years."  From the private collection of Whitney Chadwick and Robert Bechtle.