J. Alden Weir, An American Printmaker, 1852-1919, Janet Flint, 1972, Near Fine

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J. Alden Weir, An American Printmaker, 1852-1919
Author:
Janet A. Flint (Curator)
Publisher:
Brigham Young University Press
Release Date:
1972
Seller Category:
ART MONOGRAPHS
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Condition:
Used: Excellent
Sku: 01099
Notes: Near Fine, 8vo, 10" x 8 1/2." Light beige paper wrappers with black lettering on front and spine. Black-and-white illustration on front of one of the artist's prints. Covers have slight age toning (especially along spine and edges) and minuscule edge wear, else clean and intact, binding tight. Page have slight age toning, else pristine and intact. Replete with black-and-white illustrations of the artist's work. Principally illustrations with captions. 96 pp., including illustrations, Appendix, Selected Bibliography, and Index of Titles. Published on the occasion of an exhibition of prints by J. Alden Weir (1852-1919), an American artist. Weir was part of the Cos Cob Art Colony and a founding member of the artist group, "The Ten," who banded together to put on group shows. He is best-known for his Impressionist paintings. Heavy and oversized items may require additional shipping.