Whitney: American Visionaries - Selections from the Whitney Museum

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Whitney: American Visionaries
Selections from the Whitney Museum of American Art
A Whitney Museum of American Art Publication
Introduction by Maxwell L. Anderson

The Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City boasts an extensive and unparalleled collection of 20th- and 21st-century American art. This landmark publication, featuring the work of more than 280 artists in all mediums, presents the highlights of this collection in superb colorplates.

Organized by artist, the book underscores one of the Whitneys unique characteristicsits philosophy of collecting in depth, across the boundaries of artistic mediums. Although each artist is represented by at least one illustration, many are represented by works in several different mediums. Brief texts by the Whitneys curatorial staff as well as by outside experts in 20th-century American art set each artists work within a larger art historical framework.

An introduction by Maxwell L. Anderson, Director of the Whitney, discusses the history of the museum. This elegant book will be required reading for anyone interested in American art.


400 illustrations, 335 in full color, 336 pages, 5_ x 9_"
ISBN 0810968312
EAN 9780810968318
US$45.00 CAN$65.00



Maxwell L. Anderson is the Alice Pratt Brown Director of the Whitney Museum of
American Art, New York.





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