May Stevens: Images of Women Near and Far, 1983-1997. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1999, VG

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Stevens, May, and Barbara Stern Shapiro. New York, Mary Ryan Gallery, 1999. 
English, Very Good, SC, 9" x 12", 56 pp.

Mauve pictorial perfect bound art exhibit catalog, featuring May Steven's 1983 artwork "Go Gentle" to front, white lettering to front and back, black lettering to spine, minor color-changing sunning to back panel, some wear to head and tail, light shelf wear to front and back, otherwise, sharp tips, tightly bound, and unmarked throughout. [5] 56 pp., replete with full-color images, foreword by Barbara Stern Shapiro, "A Conversation with May Stevens and Barbara Stern Shapiro," Chronology, Biography, and Bibliography. Published in conjunction with the exhibition "May Stevens: Images of Women Near and Far" at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston from May 1 to August 8, 1999. From the foreword: "More than a dozen large acrylics on canvas, many of them unstretched and unframed, and a selection of handsome drawings will fill the Foster Gallery with the haunting images of these various series, hanging as vast surrounds on the incidents of May Steven's history and life." Acquired from the private library of photorealist, Robert Bechtle and art historian, Whitney Chadwick.