Janet Abramowicz, Giorgio Morandi: The Art of Silence, 2004, Hard Cover, Very Good

Sold Out
Unit Price
Shipping calculated at checkout.
Abramowicz, Janet. New Haven, Yale University Press, 2004. 
English, Later Edition, Very Good, Hard Cover, 4to, 7 ½” x 10 ¾,”267 pp.
ISBN: 0300100361

Orange cloth over boards with black stamped titling to spine, orange pastedowns and endpapers, in publisher’s beige dust jacket with full-color image to front, red and gray text to front and spine, black-and-white photograph to back, black, orange, and gray text to inner flaps. Mild sun fading to top edge, otherwise clean throughout, tightly bound, and excellent. In a Very Good dust jacket now protected in a Brodart sleeve. Mild edgewear, minor soiling to front, mild sun fading to top edge, otherwise excellent. 267 pp. Replete with 41 full-color and 71 black-and-white images throughout. Janet Abramowicz, a teaching assistant of Morandi’s, explores Morandi’s works, most notably his still lifes. Accompanied by analyses of his art and how it was impacted by the world around him. From the dust jacket: “Giorgio Morandi: The Art of Silence broadens this view of Morandi and is the first and only study in English to cover his career in its entirety as well as in the sociopolitical and cultural context of Italian art during his lifetime.”

Email me when this is available