Richard Diebenkorn In New Mexico, Museum of New Mexico Press, HC, Good

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Nordland, Gerald, Mark Lavatelli and Charles Strong, Sant Fe, Museum of New Mexico press
English, good hardcover quarto 10 1/4” x 12 1/4”, 153pp. 
A Good book in a Good dust jacket, quarto 10 1/4” x 12 1/4". Navy cloth-covered boards, engraved title to front, embossed gold lettering to spine, dark gray pastedown to front and back, full-color reproduction of artist’s work to back of half title page, covers have picked up some lint, showing very minimal shelfwear, bumping to head, bent top corner to front, text block minimally sunned, else clean, intact and binding tight. Dust jacket has full-color photograph of one of the artist's paintings with white and black lettering to front, full color reproduction of artist’s work over dark orange papers to back, dark orange gate folds, white and black lettering to spine. Dust jacket has chipping and wear to edges and tips, 1/4” chip to head. Replete with 83 plates and black and white illustrations. 153 pp. Foreword by Charles M Lovell, Essays by Charles Strong, Gerald Nordland and Mark Lavatelli, List of Figures and Plates, and Lenders to the exhibition. Excerpt from Foreword: “Richard Diebenkorn was acknowledged as one of the twentieth century’s most important artists well before his death in 1993. Yet a comprehensive look at his critically consequential New Mexico period has not been attempted until now.” 

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