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Turrell, Julia Brown and David White
Rauschenberg Sculpture
Fort Worth, Texas, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, 1995. First Edition. Hardcover. Size: 4to 11" - 13" tall. Sterling condition hardcover copy, brand-new, still in shrink-wrap, neither shelf- nor edge-worn, neither sunned nor marked as a remainder, bound in black cloth, with white lettering to cover and spine, with unbruised tips, tight binding, and clean internals, showing only very slight shelf- and edge-wear; not ex-library, with neither underlining nor highlighting anywhere. Based upon an exhibition of Rauschenberg's finest sculptures in a Fort Worth, Texas museum, curated by Julia Brown Turrell and with the assistance of David White. 135 pp., and stuffed with fine illustrations. The exhibition was held October 22 - December 31, 1995 at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, and April 24 - June 9, 1996 at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, Florida. Augmented with several essays: Conversation about the sculpture of Robert Rauschenberg / Pontus Hulten and Julia Brown Turrell -- Talking to Robert Rauschenberg: an interview / with Julia Brown Turrell -- Pail for Ganymede: essay / by Marjorie Welish.Member, I.O.B.A., C.B.A., and adherent to the highest ethical standards. . . . New
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Book number: 347864
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Keywords: Robert Rauschenberg|Pontus Hulten |Julia Brown Turrell|Marjorie Welish|David White

 
Turrell, Julia Brown and David White
Rauschenbergsculpture
Fort Worth, Texas, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, 1995. First Edition. Hardcover. Size: 4to 11" - 13" tall. Sterling condition hardcover copy bound in black cloth, with white lettering to cover and spine, with unbruised tips, tight binding, and clean internals, showing only very slight shelf- and edge-wear; not ex-library, with neither underlining nor highlighting anywhere. Based upon an exhibition of Rauschenberg's finest sculptures in a Fort Worth, Texas museum, curated by Julia Brown Turrell and with the assistance of David White. 135 pp., and stuffed with fine illustrations. The exhibition was held October 22 - December 31, 1995 at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, and April 24 - June 9, 1996 at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, Florida. Augmented with several essays: Conversation about the sculpture of Robert Rauschenberg / Pontus Hulten and Julia Brown Turrell -- Talking to Robert Rauschenberg: an interview / with Julia Brown Turrell -- Pail for Ganymede: essay / by Marjorie Welish.Member, I.O.B.A., C.B.A., and adherent to the highest ethical standards. . . . Fine
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Book number: 346183
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Catalogue: Art and Artists
Keywords: Robert Rauschenberg|Pontus Hulten |Julia Brown Turrell|Marjorie Welish|David White

 
Brown, Walter R.
The Stuart Legacy: English Art, 1603-1714
Seattle, Washington, University of Washington Press, 1991. First Edition. Softcover. Size: 4to 11" - 13" tall. Sterling condition softcover copy, with lightly furled fore-edge, tight binding, and clean internals, showing only very slight shelf- and edge-wear. Volume contains scholarly apparatus in the form of, e.g., notes, index, and bibliography. Contributions by Douglas K.S. Hyland, E. Bryding Adams, S. Katherine Estes, Frances C. Sommers, and others. [5], 6-176 pp. From the Publisher's Foreword by Douglas K.S. Hyland, "Over the last several decades, museums have sponsored a series of major exhibitions of English art in the eighteenth century, a period often regarded as representing the apogee of creativity in the British Isles. In recent years, institutions have focused attention on the Victorian painters and artisans, while twentieth-century British art has been the subject of a number of single-artist exhibitions at many museums in this country and abroad. The one period that has almost totally escaped critical examination is the seventeenth century, when the foundation of later artistic developments was effectively laid. Several recent exhibitions have worked to rectify this situation by featuring the drawings of Inigo Jones, the paintings of Anthony van Dyck, and the arts under William and Mary. However, most facets of artistic creativity in this period, especially of the decorative arts, remain neglected. The purpose of this exhibition and catalogue is to take a broad look at the art of the Stuart era and to draw attention to the traditions that it inherited and developed, as well as to the extraordinary innovations and advances that took place during little more than a hundred years from the accession of James I in 1603 to the death of his great-granddaughter, Queen Anne, in 1714.Member, I.O.B.A., C.B.A., and adherent to the highest ethical standards. . . . Fine
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Book number: 351862
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Keywords: The Stuart Legacy English art history Walter R. Brown Douglas K.S. Hyland E. Bryding Adams S. Katherine Estes Frances C. Sommers

 
Brown, Charlotte V.
Textiles: Tradition and Innovation Bedouin, Israeli, Palestinian
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, The Visual Arts Center at the University of North Carolina, 1996. First Edition. Softcover. Size: 4to 11" - 13" tall. Unusually scarce in the trade, there being currently no additional copies available on-line. Unusually bound, printed, illustrated softpaper wraps, in half-gatefold, and with a fold-out illustration centerfold. Staple-bound, unpaginated but roughly 60 pp. Contributions by Bedouin, Palestinian and Israeli artists such as Dalia Barkey, Ital Calderon, Tsip Dagan, Archie Granot, Shula Litan, Hertzel Oster, Alexandra Stoyanov, Erica Weisz Schweiger and others.Member, I.O.B.A., C.B.A., and adherent to the highest ethical standards. . . . As New