Stuart Davis: American Painter
Place Published: New York
Publisher: The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Harry N. Abrams, Inc
Date Published: 1991
Edition: First edition
Book Id: 43647
333pp. Quarto [31 cm] Black cloth over boards with stamping in orange and yellow ink on the spine and front cover. Bright blue endpapers. With 300 illustrations, including 129 in full color, and with a chronology, bibliography and index. The book is in very good condition, with mild warping to the front cover. In a very good dust jacket, with yellowing at the jacket's spine and in the top left corner of the front panel.
With contributions by William C. Agee, Robert Hunter, Lewis Kachur, Diane Kelder, John R. Lane, Lisa J. Servon, and Karen Wilkin, all Stuart Davis scholars. A book published to coincide with the retrospective exhibition of the artist's work held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. The artist's unwavering propensity for constantly reworking themes throughout his long career, serves as an underlying theme of this volume.