A Sense of Place: the Artist and the American Land [Inscribed to Peter Matthiessen]
by (LORD, Sheridan). GUSSOW, Alan
(NY): (Saturday Review Press/Friends of the Earth). (1971). Large quarto, in a series edited by David Brower that he had started when he was head of the Sierra Club and which he continued when he left and formed Friends of the Earth. The work and statements of approximately 60 artists, including Lord, who has inscribed this copy to Peter [Matthiessen], "the first naturalist of us all with gratitude and appreciation down through the years." Lord's painting is of Sagaponack, Long Island, where both he and Matthiessen lived. Musty, else a near fine copy in a very good dust jacket with a small upper edge chip. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine. (Inventory #: 032498)
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