New York: St. Martin's Press, 1973. First American edition. Hardcover. vg to near fine. Quarto. (xvi) 156pp. Illustrated dust jacket. Orange cloth boards with gilt stamp on front cover and gilt lettering on spine. Foreword by Cecil Day-Lewis. This is a comprehensive survey on the life and work of Nash, who was known for his distinct surrealist landscape and war paintings. Profusely illustrated with beautiful color and b&w reproductions of his work as well as some b&w photos. Dust jacket with minor age wear including some scratches and sunning and original price sticker on front flap. Binding with some light scratches to front cover. Interior with with light sunning to top of interior front cover and front free endpaper. DJ in overall very good, binding in overall very good, interior in near fine condition. (Inventory #: 40442)
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