Painting between the Wars 1918-1940, Daniel Robbins, Published 1966. From the series 'Color slide program of the World's Art.'
This book is very fun. It is modest in size; only about fifty pages, but the real cool part is the 24 color slides that are stored in plastic sleeves in a fold out cover.
My husband spotted this one years ago at a library book sale. We don't own a slide projector, but this makes me want to get one! Someone got some good use out of this one, there are stains and highlight markings throughout! The book is a little rough, but the slides are in perfect condition!
You can get your own copy over at Biblio books, my favorite online book retailer!
|The one and only Matisse|
|I'm not very familiar with Stuart Davis' work,|
but I love this street scene!
|Chaim Soutine was a good friend and often sitter for|
my favorite painter, Modigliani