- Scenes of familial life, intimate interiors, the natural beauty of Maine and Long Island, the urban geometry of Manhattan. Fairfield Porter was known as "the painter's painter" and remains widely admired for his representational paintings that bridge the gap between realism and abstraction.
- This highly collectible and now out-of-print title features the 1983 exhibition of Porter’s work organized by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, shown later in four other cities. It features essays by John Ashbery and Kenworth Moffett and contributions by John Bernard Myers, accompanied by gorgeous color and black and white images of Porter’s work.
- This book is in excellent vintage condition. Its original jacket is protected by a plastic sleeve. Please see our detailed photos.
11.5" x 10.75" x .75"
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