|R. Pinoncely Ed.
A major figure of mid-20th century abstraction, considered by Clement Greenberg to be the most influential European painter of his time, Georges Mathieu had never before been the subject of such a large-scale monograph. With essays by Germano Celant, Édouard Lombard and Nancy Spector, as well as a chronology by Daniel Abadie, this book provides a comprehensive overview of the artist's work, presenting a wide selection of paintings and works on paper spanning four decades of production by an artist who traversed the 20th century and the art world in both Europe and the United States.
|336 p, ills colour & bw, 24 x 30 cm, hb, French/English