George Walburg Recent Works, The Oakland Museum, 1978, Very Good Catalogue

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Gerald Walburg Recent Works
George W. Neubert, Gerald Nordland, et al.
The Oakland Museum
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Notes: Very Good, SIGNED, 4to, 9 1/4" x 9 1/4." Dark gray-green paper wrappers with staple binding. Decorative "W" in silver foil and copper foil on front and back and inside of front and back covers. No lettering on spine. Covers have light rubbing to front and back, moderate wear along spine, and slight wear to tips, fore-edge, and top and bottom edges, else clean and intact, binding tight. Title page has pencil signature incorporated into a hand-drawn outline of a hand with "2023”, acquired directly from artist. Pages have slightly bumped tips, else pages pristine and intact. Includes illustrations in black-and-white and color. Unpaginated, 24 pp., including illustrations. Published on the occasion of an exhibition that showed at the Oakland Museum, Crocker Art Museum, and Santa Barbara Museum of Art from 1978-1979. The show featured the sculptures of Gerald Walburg (1936-?), an American artist based in Sacramento, California. Walburg is perhaps best-known for his abstract metal sculptures. Among the different metals used in his sculptures are mild steel, Corten steel, copper, brass, and bronze. Essay by Gerald Nordland of the Milwaukee Art Center. Introductory statement by George W. Neubert, Chief Curator of Art at the Oakland Museum. Heavy and oversized items may require additional shipping.