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Sunday, February 17, 2013

New York Collector Discovering Excellence

Albert Kotin, Untitled, 1950



Perle Fine, Roaring Wind, 1958
                               

Giorgio Cavallon, Untitled, 1974-75





New York Collector is a blog devoted to anyone who is passionate about art. We chose “Discovering Excellence” as our slogan because we hope to be a resource for collectors, artists and scholars to find works of art that merit the accolade. At New York Collector, we want to share our appreciation of the beauty of art with all who will see it. People can view at any time artistic images and learn more about them. The Internet has made the world smaller in many regards, and we think that is a great advantage when it comes to bring patrons of the arts together.


Very Fine Art Books


The New York School Press publishing company is dedicated to the production of very fine art books. It is concerned primarily with the documentation of the unique American art of the postwar period. The books are printed by Cantz in Germany. Every effort is made to achieve exceptional quality and enduring value. The books are lavishly illustrated with hundreds of 9 x 12 inch full page color reproductions on acid free double coated heavy paper stock. The bindings are library quality.

  Very fine art books on the Post World War II American art                          
   By Marika Herskovic
     
Published by  


                                     "Highly recommended." CHOICE, current reviews for academic librariesFebruary 2001: "The book is unique; it can be used as a reference for artists'  biographies, for exhibition documentation, or as the history of a specific artistic movement.General readers; undergraduates through faculty."  Readers’ opinion: " Almost Perfect - Very Important!  Best and Most Complete Study of The NY School to Date! " ~Amazon.com 





                 "OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC TITLE" ~ CHOICE, 
current reviews for academic libraries, July/August, 2003
"This excellent publication builds on the earlier [above] publication. It has broadened the scope to include artists from throughout the US, rectified...omission of African American artists... and concentrated on 88 artists...excellent layout and superb photographs. Highly recommended"


"Researchers will seek out this well designed selection."
~Library Journal August 2003.





"Highly recommended."

~CHOICE current reviews for academic libraries, January 10, 2010 "Libraries supporting both studio and art history programs at the lower undergraduate and above; general readers." 

                        All the books are also available at:

All the books relating to the artists are available at:

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