So. Many. Art. Books.
Before we start adding these two new collections, we already have: 75
books on technique; 90 on architecture; 198 history and criticism; 70
photography; 211 individual artists; 97 museum exhibit catalogues; 52
fashion and design.
Who's in there? Everyone from Chagall to
Alvarez Munoz, Wyeth to Daumier, the Etruscans to Seymour Lipton, Sir
Kenneth Clark to Dave Hickey, Boerner
catalogues to University of Iowa Museum of Art collections, books on
photography lighting and on life drawing and on mosaic tiling and on
jewelry making, and stuff about 50's industrial motifs and art quilts
and the history of costume, and how about Japanese brush painting and
Celtic artifacts and street art and naive movements? Oh, and there's at
least one book on Marvin Cone and a big full-color Toulouse-Lautrec one
that just came in....