Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1999. Later printing. Paperback. 337 pp. [25 cm]. Black and white photograph of the artist on the front cover. Some minor shelfware, solidly bound, clean, with no internal markings. Very good. Item #43831
"This book brings together a representative selection of Robert Motherwell's writings about art, his public lectures, essays, interviews, and letters. Motherwell's writing was invaluable in articulating the intent of avant-garde American artists - Pollock, de Kooning, Gottlieb, Kline, Baziotes, Still, Gorky - at a time when their work was misunderstood and even reviled for its departure from traditional representation."