Women: Motifs and Variations, Rafal Olbinski, 2005, Fine w/Near Fine DJ

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Olbinski, Rafal. Women: Motifs and Variations (New York: Hudson Hills Press, 2005).
English, a Fine book in a Near Fine dust jacket, Near Fine overall, HC, 4to, 13 1/2" x 9 3/4," 175 pp., including illustrations.
ISBN: 1555952666

Red cloth-covered boards. Covers have a small bump to lower corner of fore-edge on front, else pristine and intact, binding tight. Multicolored pictorial paper dust jacket with black and red lettering on white spine. Dust jacket has light rubbing and slight bumping to tips and head and tail of spine, else clean and intact, protected by paper-backed Mylar. Pages pristine and intact. Replete with full-color illustrations. Monograph featuring the paintings of Rafal Olbinski (b. 1943), a Polish artist and illustrator. Olbinski's work has been compared to that of Rene Magritte in terms of style and Surrealism, but Olbinski's subjects often address the archetypal misunderstanding between man and woman. Includes an essay by Matthew Gurewitsch and an interview of Olbinski by Lawrence Weschler. A gift worthy copy, scarce in the trade.

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