Josef Albers: His Work As Contribution To Visual Articulation in the Twentieth Century (Signed First Edition). Josef Albers, Eugen Gomringer.
Josef Albers: His Work As Contribution To Visual Articulation in the Twentieth Century (Signed First Edition).
Josef Albers: His Work As Contribution To Visual Articulation in the Twentieth Century (Signed First Edition).
Josef Albers: His Work As Contribution To Visual Articulation in the Twentieth Century (Signed First Edition).
Josef Albers: His Work As Contribution To Visual Articulation in the Twentieth Century (Signed First Edition).
Josef Albers: His Work As Contribution To Visual Articulation in the Twentieth Century (Signed First Edition).
Josef Albers: His Work As Contribution To Visual Articulation in the Twentieth Century (Signed First Edition).
Josef Albers: His Work As Contribution To Visual Articulation in the Twentieth Century (Signed First Edition).
Josef Albers: His Work As Contribution To Visual Articulation in the Twentieth Century (Signed First Edition).
Josef Albers: His Work As Contribution To Visual Articulation in the Twentieth Century (Signed First Edition).
Josef Albers: His Work As Contribution To Visual Articulation in the Twentieth Century (Signed First Edition).
Josef Albers: His Work As Contribution To Visual Articulation in the Twentieth Century (Signed First Edition).
Josef Albers: His Work As Contribution To Visual Articulation in the Twentieth Century (Signed First Edition).
Josef Albers: His Work As Contribution To Visual Articulation in the Twentieth Century (Signed First Edition).
Josef Albers: His Work As Contribution To Visual Articulation in the Twentieth Century (Signed First Edition).

Josef Albers: His Work As Contribution To Visual Articulation in the Twentieth Century (Signed First Edition).

New York: George Wittenborn Inc., 1968. First Edition. Oblong quarto. A presentation copy, SIGNED by Albers in 1970 and briefly inscribed "in friendship" to Horace Coward. Articles by Clara Diament de Sujo, Will Grohmann, Norbert Lynton, and Michel Seuphor. Spanning the totality of Albers' career through 1968. Profusely illustrated in color and black and white, with 18 lithographs bound in on heavy card stock. An uncommon book, usually disassembled for the prints. Front hinge cracked, front end paper creased, four pieces of cello tape visible on the inside of the front cover from a former jacket protector, pages browning as usual, scattered light foxing (prints are clean); a good to very good copy in a good jacket with a triangular chip at the top of the front panel by the spine head, and several small tears unnecessarily repaired by tape.

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Price: $1,250.00

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