Title: 1913 Armory Show: 50th Anniversary ...
Publisher: Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute,, Utica, N.Y.
Publication Date: 1963
Book Condition: Fair
Dust Jacket Condition: Fair
D.j., 208 p. 281 ill. (16 color). Attempt to reconstruct the original Armory Show, with catalogue of original Armory Show exhibition rearranged alphabetically by artist, with works included in the 1963 exhibition indicated in bold face. Foreword by Edward H. Dwight; "The Armory Show in Retrospect" by Milton Brown; statements by surviving artists, 1963; selected documents and critical responses, 1912-1913. Ex-library copy; library withdrawn stamp on front free end paper. Bookseller Inventory # 022378
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Store Description: R.W. Smith Bookseller was established in 1975 as a specialist in rare and out-of-print reference material on art, architecture, design and photography, with American art our leading specialty. We are situated on the southwest corner of historic East Rock Park in New Haven, one-fourth mile off Exit 6, I-91, with free on-street parking, and splendid views of the Park. We welcome vistors (by appointment) to our premises, located in a three-story Victorian house with seven rooms for browsing. With over 40,000 different titles, including books, exhibition catalogues and ephemera on American art alone, we are the leading specialists in that field. Our collection of pre-1900 imprints on American art is one of the largest of its kind in private hands. We have published over forty catalogues on subjects such as American Women Artists, American Sculpture, Nineteenth Century American Art Imprints, African-American Art, The Armory Show and its Exhibitors, etc. We welcome inquiries and want lists in our fields of specialty. Member: Antiquarian Booksellers of America (ABAA), International League of Antiquarian Booksellers (ILAB) and Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS-NA). Listed in Who's Who in American Art.