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This definitive monograph revisits the work of sculptor Tony Rosenthal who is best known for his monumental outdoor sculpture. Over 50 illustrations along with an insightful essay by distinguished art historian, Sam Hunter, charts the transformation of Rosenthal's work, from his earliest experiments with abstract geometric shapes, to his successful career as a sculptor of large-scale public art.
Preface by three-time Pulitzer Prize winner, and noted art collector, Edward Albee, provides unique insight into Rosenthal's sculpture.
Author Biography: Sam Hunter is Emeritus Professor of art history at Princeton University.