The great decade of American abstraction; modernist art 1960 to 1970; inaugural exhibition for the Brown Pavilion, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, January 15-March 10, 1974. With an introductory note by Philippe de Montebello, and text and catalogue by

; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
[Houston], [Museum of Fine Arts], [1974] .

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Other Authors Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Subjects Abstraction chromatique -- Expositions.
Abstraction chromatique -- États-Unis.
Color-field painting -- Exhibitions.
Color-field painting -- United States.
Color-field painting.
Minimal sculpture -- Exhibitions.
Minimal sculpture -- United States.
Minimal sculpture.
Sculpture minimale -- Expositions.
Sculpture minimale -- États-Unis.
United States.
Description 138 pages illustrations (some color) 24 x 28 cm
Copyright Date [1974]
Notes Errata slip inserted.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 68-71).
Contents The great decade of American abstraction / Philippe de Montebello -- Modernist art 1960 to 1970 / R.A. Carmean, Jr. -- Post-painterly abstraction / Clement Greenberg -- Kenneth Noland's new paintings / Jane Harrison Cone -- Art and objecthood / Michael Fried -- On frontality / Rosalind Krauss -- New paintings by Larry Poons / Kermit Champa -- Hofmann's rectangles / Walter Darby Bannard -- Frank Stella / William Rubin -- Frankenthaler / Barbara Rose -- Jack Bush / Kenworth Moffett -- Cleaning of color field paintings / Margaret Watherston -- High polymers for forming an invisible, soil-resistant coating on canvas / Abner Brenner.
Genre Exhibition catalogs.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)873942
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Carmean, E. A.
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