Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2002.
Hardcover. 10 1/4" X 7 1/4". xxii, 288pp. Mild wear to unclipped jacket with light rubbing to covers and creasing to corners and edges. Black cloth over boards with spine lettered in silver. Corners of boards are gently bumped. Lean to spine. Dust-spotting to top edge of text block. Water-soiling to bottom edges of pages. Pages are free of marks and notations. Binding is sound.
ABOUT THIS BOOK:
Ament, an art critic for the Seattle Times from 1971-1995, has written profiles of artists who developed the definitive style of the Northwest School beginning in the 1930s and 1940s. Mark Tobey, Morris Graves, Philip McCracken, Phillip Levine, and Mary Randlett are among the 21 artists whose careers and work are described. Quotes from their writing and other primary material, numerous quality b&w plates of the artists and their works, and chronologies for each artist enrich this handsome volume.(Publisher). Good / Good +. Item #8588