ABOUT THIS BOOK: Released by Abbeville in conjunction with an important Motherwell exhibition at Albright-Knox Gallery in the early 1980's, this is well-designed book enlivened by two essays: one by Dore Ashton and a particularly trenchant look at Motherwell's legacy by Jack D. Flam.
This book "includes key and rarely seen works ranging from Motherwell's Little Spanish Prison to the recently-created The Hollow Men. The selection of the paintings and collages presents a clear chronological survey of the artist's interpretation of the major philosophical and aesthetic questions of his era."
BOOK DETAILS: Oblong hardback, 153 pp; cloth over boards with a sewn binding. 80 full page color plates and some b&w images.
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