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New York, 1992. 29,5x31,5 cm. 239, (1 blank) pp. Publisher's white linen with printed dustjacket. With 158 illustrations, including 133 plates in full colour. Very fine. This work "provides a complete analysis of the development of Marden's art, from his student days to the present. An account of Marden's early development, in the 1960s, and his seminal role in redefining the nature of abstract painting is given in the context of the culture of the 60s and in the larger context of 20th-century modernism. Marden's changing influences, his peers, and his followers are all taken into account, as is the importance of drawing to the overall development of his work." (Front flap). From the library of Anders Tornberg Gallery in Lund, Sweden, and with a stamp confirming this on the last blank page. 

Paintings and Drawings. Text by Klaus Kertess. Project Director: David Whitney.

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