New York: Skira/Rizzoli, 1990. Hardcover. Tan cloth boards with white lettering on front and spine, color illustrated dust jacket, 215 pp, profusely illustrated in bw and color. Issued in publisher's cardboard slipcase. VG/VG (light foxing to end pages and text block, red marker line on bottom block, pages are otherwise very clean. Dust jacket has light foxing on the inside). Item #176929
"Translated from the French by Jean-Marie Clarke"--Title page verso. Includes bibliographical references (page 210). "Rather than reducing Seurat's contribution to tthe mere elaboration of a closed system, the present study shows that the artist's importance lises in the new vision of landscapes and human beings he proposed. if divisionism, which Seurat invented, was one relatively brief step along the path that would rapidly lead painting to abstratct art, Seurat's vision masterfully suggests new possibilities in figurative art for what was to follow."- dust jacket.
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