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Jackson Pollock

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Hardback First Edition published in 1989 by Barrie & Jenkins. Predominantly black illustrated unclipped dust jacket worn at edges with one small tear. White cloth covered boards with gilt title on spine. Spine bumped top and bottom. Slight foxing to page edges. Otherwise clean and tightly bound with no inscriptions.

Attempts to reveal the life behind the paintings, from New York during the Depression to his last years with Lee Krasner. This biography tells of Pollock's disjointed childhood, and of sibling rivalry, sexual ambiguity and the artistic frustration out of which the man and the artist developed.

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Author(s):
Naifeh, Steven & White Smith, Gregory
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
24.3 x 17 x 5.3 cms
Edition:
First, 1989
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0712638660
ISBN-13:
9780712638661
Number of pages:
934
Publisher:
Barrie and Jenkins
Title:
Jackson Pollock

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Hardback First Edition published in 1989 by Barrie & Jenkins. Predominantly black illustrated unclipped dust jacket worn at edges with one small tear. White cloth covered boards with gilt title on spine. Spine bumped top and bottom. Slight foxing to page edges. Otherwise clean and tightly bound with no inscriptions.

Attempts to reveal the life behind the paintings, from New York during the Depression to his last years with Lee Krasner. This biography tells of Pollock's disjointed childhood, and of sibling rivalry, sexual ambiguity and the artistic frustration out of which the man and the artist developed.

Added value:
Rarely Available
Author(s):
Naifeh, Steven & White Smith, Gregory
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
24.3 x 17 x 5.3 cms
Edition:
First, 1989
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0712638660
ISBN-13:
9780712638661
Number of pages:
934
Publisher:
Barrie and Jenkins
Title:
Jackson Pollock

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