Painting Toward Architecture (1948). Henry-Russell Hitchcock, Alfred H. Barr Jr.
Painting Toward Architecture (1948)
Painting Toward Architecture (1948)
Painting Toward Architecture (1948)
Painting Toward Architecture (1948)
Painting Toward Architecture (1948)
Painting Toward Architecture (1948)

Painting Toward Architecture (1948)

The scarce survey of 20th Century abstract painting and sculpture which influenced the development of modern architecture. Featuring work from the Miller Company collection of abstract art and including artists such as Léger, Mondrian, Theo van Doesburg, Klee, Miro, Arp, Stuart Davis, O'Keeffe, Perle Fine, and others. With many works reproduced in color and some architectural photographs in black and white. Introduction by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., the first director of MoMA New York. Item #1432.

Condition: Very Good, lacking the dust jacket; rubbing to covers and along cover edges; previous owner's name in pen on inside front cover; interior pages clean and bright.

Survey
Duell, Sloan and Pierce
8.5" x 11.25"
118 pages
Hardcover
New York: 1948

Price: $70.00