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Wolvecamp [Signed by artist] (with 2 original signed screenprints)

Wolvecamp, Theo; Adri Colpaart and Lex Schrama (concept and realization); Ed Wingen (text by)

Published by Uitgeverij Van Spijk, Venlo, 1990
Condition: vg to near fine Hardcover
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#96 of 250 signed and numbered copies. Oblong Quarto. 168pp. Dark blue cloth slipcase. Illustrated dust jacket, with white lettering on front cover, back and spine. Dark blue stiff cloth boards, with debossed lettering on front cover and spine. The monograph was published on the occasion of the artist's 65th birthday and in conjunction with a series of traveling exhibitions of his work. The retrospective presents a critical analysis of the artist's work, life and connection to the COBRA movement; including many quotes from the artist and his contemporaries. Profusely illustrated with high quality color reproductions of Wolvecamp's works and b&w photos of the artist throughout his life. The influences of Picasso, Miro, Kandinsky and the abstract expressionists can be seen in Wolvecamp's work. Signed and numbered by the artist at the colophon, with two original hand-signed and numbered loose color screenprints by the artist, separated by white tissue paper at the back of the book. Slipcase with minor scratches and smudges. Dust jacket in with minor scratches, smudges and minor wear to corners and edges. Interior with small stain at top edge inside front cover and inside back cover. Slipcase in overall very good, dust jacket in very good+, binding in near fine and interior in overall very good+ condition. Bookseller Inventory # 40501

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Title: Wolvecamp [Signed by artist] (with 2 ...

Publisher: Uitgeverij Van Spijk, Venlo

Publication Date: 1990

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: vg to near fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: Deluxe Limited Edition.

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