GAUNT, W: The Aesthetic Adventure

Gaunt, William. The Aesthetic Adventure. A Pelican Book, Penguin, 1957. Unmarked text. Wear on cover, including a missing corner. Tanned pages. Good. Paperback. (#30191) $12.00

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A history of the Bohemian movement in art and writing. Among the nineteenth century characters included are Baudelaire, Gautier, Whistler, Swinburne, Wilde, and Moore.

Aubrey Beardsley image on cover.

Black and white images. Index. Sources. 272p.

HEARST ART GALLERY: The MA Circle: Budapest and Vienna, 1916-1925

The MA Circle: Budapest and Vienna, 1916-1925. Hearst Art Gallery, 1985. Unmarked. A few bumps. Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#27284)

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Accompanied September 25-December 13, 1985 exhibition. Seven black and white images. Artists: Bela Kadar, Lajos Kassak, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Farkas Molnar, Lajos Tihanyi, and Bela Uitz. 15p.

ZOGBAUM, W: Wilfrid Zogbaum: Sculpture 1955-1964 (San Francisco Museum of Art; April 28-July 1, 1973)

Wilfrid Zogbaum: Sculpture 1955-1964 (San Francisco Museum of Art; April 28-July 1, 1973). San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), 1973. Unmarked. 20p. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#25766)

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Catalog for exhibition organized by the San Francisco Museum of Art; April 28-July 1, 1973. Artist statement. Essay by John Humphrey, exhibition curator. Exhibition checklist. Bio. 10 B/W plates. 1 color plate. Photograph of artist.

Commonly known as Zog, Wilfrid Zogbaum (1915-1965) was an American painter and sculptor. He studied with John Sloan at Yale and later with Hans Hoffman. Known as one of the most dynamic abstract artists of the 1950’s, his sculptures evoke a compelling view of the Avant-Garde movement.