JOAN MITCHELL: 'My Five Years in the Country' 1972 Folio Catalogue w/ 6 Prints

JOAN MITCHELL (1925-1992),

Joan Mitchell: 'My Five Years in the Country'

RARE Limited Edition Exhibition Catalogue / Folio

An exhibition of forty-nine paintings. Publ. by Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY, 1972. Introduction by James Harithas. Published in conjunction with the artists' exhibition at the Everson Museum of Art and Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, NY, 1972. Out-of-Print. Boxed catalogue printed in an edition of 3000 . Staplebound catalogue, 34 pp., 49 b/w illus. Six loose full-color plates (five 12" x 9"; one tri-fold 9" x 22-1/2"). Dimensions: 12-1/4" x 9-1/4". Condition : Box damaged (split/broken corners, worn surface and edges), interior catalogue and 6 loose plates in very good condition.Includes six loose full-color prints ready for framing:

Diablo , 1969 (12" x 9")
La Rupture De La Ligne , 1970-71 (12" x 9")
Maple Leave Forever , 1968 (12" x 9")
Sunflower II , 1969 (12" x 9")
My Landscape II , 1966 (12" x 9")
Wet Orange , 1972 (9" x 22-1/2" tri-fold)

Joan Mitchell was a ' Second Generation ' Abstract Expressionist painter. Along with Lee Krasner, Grace Hartigan, and Helen Frankenthaler she was one of her era's few female painters to gain critical and public acclaim.

Mitchell received her BFA and MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago before
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