FLORES, L: Alfredo Arreguin: Patterns of Dreams and Nature/Disenos, Suenos Y Naturaleza

Flores, Lauro. Alfredo Arreguin: Patterns of Dreams and Nature/Disenos, Suenos Y Naturaleza University of Washington Press, 2002. ISBN: 0295981784. University of Washington Press, 2002. ISBN: 9780295987347. Factory sealed. Unmarked text. Like New. Paperback. (#30955)

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Beautiful color plates. Photographs of the artist. 168p. Jacob Lawrence Series on American Artists. Text in English and Spanish.

Published in conjunction with a 2002 exhibition at the Bellevue Art Museum. Born in Mexico in 1935, Alfredo ArreguĂ­n has long been recognized as a major force in pattern painting.

LAMB, T: Colour: Art and Science (Darwin College Lectures)

Lamb, Trevor; Bourriau, Janine (editors). Colour: Art and Science (Darwin College Lectures). Cambridge University Press, 1995. ISBN: 0521499631. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback. (#30919) $12.00

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Interdisciplinary essays, provides an exciting exploration of color, from the diverse perspectives of experts in eight fields ranging from physics, through biology, to art history. Contributors include David Bomford, John Gage, Bridget Riley, Malcolm Longair, and others.

Illustrated throughout in color and black-and-white. 237p. Index.

GILLIAM, S: Sam Gilliam: Paintings 1970-1975 (Fendrick Gallery, 1975)

Book cover. Sam Gilliam: Paintings 1970-1975 (Fendrick Gallery, 1975) Sam Gilliam: Paintings 1970-1975 (Fendrick Gallery, 1975). Fendrick Gallery, 1975. Unmarked. Tiny tear on the edge. A few spots of spattered paint on back cover. Good. Booklet (Saddle Stitched). (#30900)

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Accompanied an October 15 through November 8, 1975 exhibition at the Fendrick Gallery in Washington DC. Photograph of the artist in his studio. 2 color and 6 black-and-white plates. Catalogue of the exhibition.

Sam Gilliam (b. 1933) is one the great innovators in postwar American painting. An African American color field painter and lyrical abstractionist artist, he is associated with the Washington Color School, a group that developed a form of abstract art from color field painting in the 1950s and 1960s.