Hard covered book titled THE ART OF ANDREW WYETH with Contributions by Brain O'Doherty, Richard Meryman, E.P. Richardson. Published for The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco by the New York Graphic Society Ltd., Greenwich, Connecticut, 1973. 176 pages, 110 color and 52 black and white illustrations. Also has a card with 5 printing errors listed.
This is the first book to explore in depth the richness and diversity of the art of Andrew Wyeth. Through a revealing interview with the artist and the perceptive comments of three distinguished art commentators, Wyeth's long career is cogently analyzed and put in a historical context. Over one hundred color plates, many of them works never reproduced in color before, survey the full scope and beauty of this art. Through these splendid illustrations and fascinating texts, which discuss every facet of the artist's work from this models to his painting techniques, this book makes a significant contribution to the understanding of one of America's favorite artists.
This book is in VG+ condition, pages clean and intact, and the binding is tight. The dust jacket has a few small tears at the edge. Don't' miss the opportunity to add this sensational book to your art collection/library!