Jackson Pollock by Evelyn Toynton (Icons of America Series)
Jackson Pollock by Evelyn Toynton (Yale University Press / 2012)
'This is a Vasari-like narrative of Jackson Pollock, and a case study of his depression, his propensity to get into fistfights when drunk, to be taciturn when sober, and to let himself be taken care of by the women in his life. But it is also the story of how he enabled American painters to take world leadership in a fresh style of painting.'
Very good condition hardback with clean, unmarked pages and no creasing to dustjacket.