Walter Murch: Paintings and Drawings, Hillwood Art Gallery, 1986, Very Good

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Van Wagner, Judy Collischan (Curator), Paul Cummings, and Daniel Robbins. _Walter Murch: Paintings and Drawings_ (Greenvale, NY: Hillwood Art Gallery, Long Island University, 1986).
English, Very Good, SC, 4to or 8vo, 8 1/2" x 8 1/4," 80 pp., including illustrations and Selected Bibliography.
ISBN: 0933699018
Light gray paper wrappers with black lettering on spine. White lettering and color illustration on front. Covers have light rubbing, some darkening, and slight wear to extremities, else clean and intact, binding tight. First and last leaves have a few tiny spots of discoloration, else pages pristine and intact. Replete with illustrations in black-and-white and color. Exhibition catalog published on the occasion of a show that was held at the Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris from September 12-November 18, 1986 and Hillwood Art Gallery, Long Island University from December 12, 1986-January 30, 1987. The featured artist of the exhibition was Walter Tandy Murch (1907-1967), an American artist. Murch is perhaps best-known for his enigmatic and spectral still-life paintings depicting subjects such machinery, clocks, light bulbs, and fragments of dolls. Murch's work has been associated with a number of art movements including Realism, Magic Realism, and Surrealism. Curated by Judy Collischan Van Wagner. Essays by Paul Cummings, Daniel Robbins, and Van Wagner. Acquired from the private library of Photorealist Robert Bechtle and art historian Whitney Chadwick.

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