New York: Published for the Museum by Arno, 1967. Hardcover. Small quarto [26 cm] Brown cloth with gilt stamped titles on the spine and front cover. Very good. Ex-library. The extremities are gently bumped and rubbed, and the spine is just a little rolled. There is a small nick in the cloth along the top edge of the rear board. There is a square abraded patch in the cloth at the foot of the spine. Library sticker the rear pastedown. The pastedown has a short red mark as well. There are multiple library markings on the title page, and there may be a very occasional library marks in the text. Item #33089
Odd volume. This volume contains Volumes XVII-XXI as originally issued. Subjects include Geometrically Stylized Representation, Aspects of the Art of Paul Klee, What Abstract Art Means to Me- Statements by Six American Artists, and more.