George Segal and the Nobility of Everyday Life: A Memorial Exhibition
by Pillsbury, Edmund P.
Dallas, Texas: Pillsbury Peters Fine Art, 2001. Softcover. G (Ex-art gallery owned, with label on front cover and few interior marks; includes letters and slides stapled to inside front cover.). Beige and color illus. stapled wraps, 20 pp., 14 color illus.; plus two-page letter and six photographic slides. Issued in conjunction with several 2001 exhibitions of a variety of artwork rendered by American artist George Segal (1924-2000). With an essay by Edmund P. Pillsbury, and an artist chronology with collections history. The exhibition checklist cites 31 items -- which includes bronze works, full figure plaster works, wall relief works, cubist wall reliefs, paintings, and pastels -- and 14 are pictured here. This copy includes a two-page letters stapled to the inside cover, as well as a plastic sheet holding 6 photographic slides of Segal's work. With these additions, this is an uncommon catalogue.
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