Universal Limited Art Editions: A History and Catalogue. The First Twenty-Five Years

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Mint, never opened. A catalog raisonné of all works at ULAE published until c. 1989. Includes full listings of works by Jim Dine, Helen Frankenthaler, Sam Francis, Jasper Johns, ... Robert Motherwell, Barnet Newman, Robert Rauschenberg, Larry Rivers, James Rosenquist, Cy Twombly, and several others. A huge 552-page large-format book. Remainder star on bottom by spine. Essential for students of American modernist printmaking and for collectors. Read more Show Less

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New [FIRST EDITION] Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago/ Abrams, 1989. Hardcover in dust jacket. 552 pages with 894 illustrations (163 in color). Foreword by James N. Wood; ... List of Artists; Catalogue of Prints; Glossary; Bibliography; Index. A history of the legendary print publisher, Universal Limited Art Editions (ULAE) that sparked the revival of printmaking in America. An unused copy with remainder mark bottom edge. NOT EX-LIBRARY. (up) Read more Show Less

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New York 1989 Hardbound. Brand New, in publisher's shrink wrap White cloth with illustrated glossy dustjacket. 551 pp. 163 color and 721 bw plates.

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Tatyana Grosman (1904-1982) did more than perhaps any other single individual to establish printmaking as a major American art. In her West Islip, N.Y., workshop/publishing outfit, Universal Limited Art Editions (ULAE), she gave creative latitude to many artists before their rise to fame. A treasure trove of images, the album features Helen Frankenthaler's simple, sensuous forms, Grace Hartigan's lyrical abstracts inspired by poems, Cy Twombly's calligraphic swirls, a puckish Saul Steinberg print, and works by Larry Rivers, Jasper Johns, Robert Motherwell, Marisol, James Rosenquist, Jim Dine, others. Sparks, a curator at the Art Institute of Chicago, preeminent repository of ULAE prints, explores the collaborations among painters, printers, poets and writers which made ULAE a fertile laboratory. Art critic Wallach offers an affectionate memoir of chameleonlike Grosman driven by a sense of mission. (Jan.)
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  • ISBN-13: 9780810917323
  • Publisher: Abrams, Harry N., Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/1/1989
  • Pages: 552

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