Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Museum, 1988. Softcover. VG- (Ex-gallery owned, with label on front cover and few interior marks; otherwise crisp and clean.). White & color illus. wraps. 108 pp. 32 color, 45 bw repros. Issued in conjunction with a 1988 exhibition of artwork by Maine-based artist Charles Herbert Woodbury. With essays by Joan Loria (The Personal Equation: An Introduction), Warren A. Seamans (Mechanical Engineering Hath For Him No Charms), David O. Woodbury (Charles H. Woodbury - A Personal Appreciation), Donald F. Krier (Paint In Verbs, Not In Nouns), Roberta Zonghi (The Woodbury School: The Art of Seeing), Sinclair Hitchings (The Graphic Arts of Charles H. Woodbury) and Erica E. Hirshler (The Art of Charles H. Woodbury). Includes chronology, with list of exhibition, prizes, societies, and representations by Krier. A very well put together catalogue and major source on this artist. Some of the bw illustrations are photographs of Woodbury. (Inventory #: 2398)
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