Joan Mitchell: Leaving America New York to Paris 1958-1964.
26 x 33cm 64pp near fine hardback with acquamarine-coloured cloth boards, dust jacket with a reproduction of a Mitchell painting using blues, black, pink, white. Hauser & Wirth Library stamp on bottom right hand corner of front free end paper. Published on the occasion of the exhibition: 'Joan Mitchell Leaivng America New York to Paris 1958-1964' held at Hauser & Wirth, Piccadilly, London 24 May to 21 July 2007. From the jacket notes: 'Joan Mitchell (1926-1992) was one of the pre-eminent painters of the Abstract Expressionist period. She came to attention in the early 1950s when still in her twenties, exhibiting at the Stable Gallery in New York alongside Joseph Cornell and Robert Rauschenberg, but it is only recently that her works have fully gained the recognition that they deserve.' Gorgeous colour reproductions of Mitchell's luscious paintings, plus an essay by Helen Molesworth.