Jerusalem: Bar-Ilan University Press, 1981. Hardcover. G (Book is moderately aging overall, with some scuffs and wear to DJ; pages are generally clean; this copy includes a SIGNED LETTER FROM THE AUTHOR to American artist Will Barnet.). Black cloth, black & illus. dust jacket, 205 pp., 43 BW illus. The author interviewed a variety of artists and scientists to better understand the aesthetic mode of creative learning. The artists were: Will Barnet, Chaim Gross, David Hare, Ibram Lassaw, Richard Lippold, Fred Mitchell, John Opper, Henry Pearson, Milton Resnick, and Hale Woodruff. The scientists were: Harold G. Cassidy, Maurice W. Ewing, Raymond M. Fuoss, H. Bentley Glass, Maurice Goldhaber, Sam Granick, Mark Kac, Herman F. Mark, Lars Onsager, and Paul A. Weiss. This copy includes a SIGNED LETTER FROM THE AUTHOR to Will Barnet.
(Inventory #: 153601)
Art, Architecture, Photography, History, Periodicals, Decorative Arts. I perform Collection Development and Appraisal Services. Our inventory occupies more than 7500 shelf feet, which means there is a fair chance we can assist you develop your collection within our specialties!
Shipping & Return Policies
S&H is complicated, so please inquire for actual rates to your location if outside the US! Minimum s&h within the US $7.50, via media mail or first class if small. Discounts on shipping for multiple items. Overseas or overnight at cost +$4 supplies and handling. Items returnable with prior notice if not as described within 7 days of delivery. Items 16 pages or less not returnable at all.
You can be confident that when you make a purchase through ABAA.org, the item is sold by an ABAA member in full compliance with our Code of Ethics. Our sellers guarantee your order will be shipped promptly and that all items are as described. Buy with confidence through ABAA.org.