CHASE-RIBOUD: B: Chase-Riboud (The work of Barbara Chase-Riboud)

Selz, Peter; Heckmanns, F. W. Chase-Riboud (The work of Barbara Chase-Riboud). Berkeley Art Museum, 1972. Unmarked. 2 tiny white nicks on cover. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26179) $25.00

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Exhibition catalog for 1972 exhibition, with exhibition checklist. B/W plates.

Essay by Genevieve Monnier on her (then) recent drawings.

Dialogue between Francoise Nora-Cachin and Barbara Chase-Riboud. 30p.

Barbara Chase-Riboud (b. 1939), is an internationally acclaimed visual artist, bestselling novelist and award-winning poet. Established as a sculptor, Chase-Riboud attained international recognition with the publication of her first novel, Sally Hemings.

ANDERSON, J: Honoring the Ancestors: The Woodcarvings of Claude Lockhart Clark

Anderson, Jane. Honoring the Ancestors: The Woodcarvings of Claude Lockhart Clark. California Academy of Sciences, 1997. ISBN: 0940228424. Unmarked. Profusely illustrated. 42p. Bibliography. Very Good. Paperback. (#24717) $12.00

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Claude Lockhart Clark (1915-2001) was an African-American woodcarver whose work is an expression of his African cultural heritage as well as a personal statement.

MICHAEL ROSENFELD GALLERY: Out of the Fifties, Into the Sixties: 6 Figurative Expressionists

Rosenfeld, Michael. Out of the Fifties, Into the Sixties: 6 Figurative Expressionists. Michael Rosenfeld Gallery. ISBN: 1930416091. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback. (#12863) $16.00

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Explores six painters who rejected the tenets of abstract expressionism and embraced the human figure to create powerful and disparate visual statements. Painters: Beauford Delaney, Leon Golub, Red Grooms, Lester Johnson, Jan Muller, and Bob Thompson. 32p.