New York: Hudson Hills Press, 1986. Hardcover. G+ (DJ has sunned or faded along spine & top edge; book itself and pages are quite clear; includes an extra promotion from a gallery and a photo.). Blue cloth with gilt letters on spine, tan & illus. dust jacket, 104 pp., 48 color plates, 30 BW illus. The first monograph to consider well the life and artwork of American artist Leland Bell (1922-1991). "Traced the development of the artist's work, including the influences of other artists upon it. In extensive quotations throughout the text, Bell talks about his particular notion of tradition in art -- the qualities that link artists as diverse as Giotto, Brueghel, Chardin, and Gris, pointing to their similarities far more than their differences." (dj). (Inventory #: 155802)
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