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NEWMAN, Arnold

Artists

Boston: New York Graphic Society, 1980

4to, pp. 157. Original grey boards, lettered in light grey and black on front panel and spine. Light spotting to pastedowns, but a very good, slightly cocked copy in a very good dustwrapper, scuffed and slightly ruched at rear panel (a result of damp), and with light ribbing and wear to spine ends and dustwrapper folds.

First edition, INSCRIBED TWICE BY NEWMAN, once on the half-title preceding the plates: 'To Beryl, whose love of photography is an absolute delight -- with friendship and love, Arnold. Nov 24 1980 New York.', and again on the half-title preceding the title-page: 'Beryl, Please see page 19 -- or else!, Arnold'.
Foreword by Henry Geldzahler. Introduction by Arnold Newman. Photographic subjects include most of the stars of the twentieth century's artistic firmament -- including a portrait of the notoriously camera-shy Henri Cartier-Bresson.
A little light damp damage to the dustwrapper, but contents clean and bright.



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