[N.p.: n.p., c. 1940s]. Unique accordion-fold artists' book created by Angna Enters, filled with her effusive painted abstractions and presented to photographer Dorothy Norman as a gift (not noted in the book). Recognized for her contributions to Modern dance and theater, Enters was highly involved in early twentieth century artistic circles in New York, creating a prolific body of sculpture and painting that now belongs to the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Smithsonian Museum, among other institutions. From the library of Dorothy Norman. Folds on a couple of pages starting to separate, else very good in painted boards, with a painted swath of cloth affixed to the front panel.