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Louise_NevelsonLouise Nevelson was known for her monumental box-shaped sculpture, and her signature use of monochrome. Born in the Ukraine in 1899 she emigrated to the United stated in 1905 where her family settled in Rockland, Maine. In 1920, she married Charles Nevelson and moved to New York. In her formative years she studied with Hans Hofmann, and worked as an assistant to Diego Rivera. In the mid-thirties she began to gather wooden objects on the streets of New York, transforming them into elegant objects of mystery.

Description: SIGNED AND NUMBERED BY LOUISE NEVELSON. Deluxe limited edition, #293 in a limited edition of 500 printed copies. 2 paperback volumes bound back-to-back, alond with an audio cassette containing “A Conversation with Barbara Diamondstein”, all housed in the publishers Clam shell box. Published on the occasion of the June 2 – 27, 1980 New York exhibitions held by the Pace Gallery, and the Wildenstein Gallery. Some wear to publishers box with one small tear to paste down label located on the front of the publishers box. Front hinge of publishers box weak but holding well. A scarce signed Nevelson title.

Bookseller Inventory # 26885


Wood Sculptures and Collages
Maquettes for Monumental Sculpture
Nevelson, Louise; Shirey, David L.; Diamonstein, Barbaralee


Publisher: The Pace Gallery / The Wildenstein Gallery
Publication Date: 1980
Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Signed: Signed by Artist
Edition: 1st Edition

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