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The New York school: abstract expressionism in the 40s and 50s;

Author: Maurice Tuchman
Publisher: London, Thames & Hudson [1971]
Series: World of art library., General.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Maurice Tuchman
ISBN: 0500181128 9780500181126 0500201064 9780500201060
OCLC Number: 293081
Notes: "Based on the catalogue which Maurice Tuchman prepared for an exhibition of paintings ... held in 1965 at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art."--Jacket.
Description: 228 pages illustrations (some color) 22 cm.
Series Title: World of art library., General.
Responsibility: foreword by Maurice Tuchman.

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