The Painter and the Photograph: From Delacroix to Warhol, University of New Mexico Press, SIGNED, 1972, HC, VG.

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Deren Coke, Van. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, 1972.
English, Very Good, HC, 8vo, 11 1/4" x 8 3/4", 324 pp.
ISBN: 0826301975

Gray cloth over board, white lettering to front and spine, light soiling to edges of text block, front endpaper, and title page, one small dot to back, otherwise, sharp tips, tightly bound, and unmarked throughout. Signed by author, Van Deren Coke, in blue pen to title page. Very Good black pictorial dust jacket, featuring color photograph of paint and brushes to front, four black-and-white photographs to back, white lettering to front and spine, black lettering to back and interior flaps, minor wear and soiling to front, back, and spine, some tears to tips and closed tears to head and tail, otherwise, clean and intact. Protected in a paper-backed Mylar sleeve. 16 + 324 pp., replete with black-and-white images, acknowledgements, preface, intro, 1. Portraits: Nineteenth Century, 2. Portraits: Twentieth Century, 3. Genre: Nineteenth Century, 4. Twentieth Century, 5. Stop-Action Photography, 6. Photographic Exaggerations of Face and Figure, 7. Landscapes, 8. Mixed Media, 9. Fantasy and Protest, 10. Photographs as Catalysts, 11. Conclusion, Notes, and Index. From inside dust jacket: "Coke explores the little-known and often-denied relationship between photography and painting...In hundreds of paired illustrations--a tremendous feat of artistic detection which has taken him all over the United States and Europe--the author matches the photograph from which the artist worked with the painting produced from that photograph. "