Hudson Hills Press, 1988 - 227 pagine
A master of color and abstraction, Joan Mitchell was one of the most respected American artists in the world. She began exhibiting with the Abstract Expressionists in the early 1950s and remained a quintessential New York School painter while living her last 35 years in France. This volume shows her work in 8 b&w and 118 colorplates, including 8 gatefolds.
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