Monday, October 7, 2013

New Art books

   

We have many new art books. Check out these titles:
  • Contemporary art : art since 1970 (call # 709 T39 2005)
  • The art of Richard Tuttle (call # 709 T88 2005)
  • Pictures of nothing : abstract art since Pollock (call # 709.04 V37 2006)
  • Cy Twombly : a monograph (call # 709.2 L44 2005)
  • Greely Myatt twenty years (call # 730.9 M93 2009)
  • Eva Hesse : sculpture (call # 730.92 S87 2006)
  • The collected drawings of Aubrey Beardsley (call # 741.9 B43 1967)
  • Arts of the Amazon (call # 745 A78 1995)
  • US design 1975-2000 ( call # 745.4 U83 2001)
  • The Bayeux tapestry : the story of the Norman Conquest, 1066 (call # 746 D46 1988) 
  • Women designers in the USA, 1900-2000 : diversity and difference (call # 745.4 W66 2000)
  • New material as new media : the Fabric Workshop and Museum (call # 746 S77 2002)
  • Ancient faces : mummy portraits from Roman Egypt (call # 757 A53 2000)
  • Willem de Kooning : late paintings (call # 759.13 D45 2006)
  • The paintings of Joan Mitchell (call # 759.13 L58 2002)
  • Sean Scully : body of light (call # 759.13 S38 2004)
  • Rackstraw Downes (call # 759.13 S39 2005)
  • Elizabeth Murray (call # 759.13 S76e 2005)
  • Jackson Pollock (call # 759.13 V37 1998)
  • Caravaggio (call # 759.5 P84 1998) 
  • Vermeer : the complete works (call # 759.9492 W44 1997)
  • Rembrandt : the painter at work (call # 759.9492 W48 2000)
  • Paul Klee (call # 760 G76 1954)
  • The prints of Frank Stella : a catalogue raisonnâe, 1967-1982 (call # 769.92 A97 1983)
  • Jasper Johns : a print retrospective (call # 769.92 C37 1986)
  • Committed to the image : contemporary black photographers (call # 779 C66 2001)
  • An early Victorian album : the photographic masterpieces (1843-1847) of David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson (call # 779 H55 1976)
  • The original copy : photography of sculpture, 1839 to today (call # 779.9 M37 2010)  
  • My camera on Point Lobos (call # 779 W47 1968)
  • Vivian Maier : out of the shadows (call # 779 M35 2012)
Most of these will be found on the oversize shelves on the third floor.    
                 



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