Modern Art in America 1908-68
- A radical re-evaluation of art history from the early twentieth century to the late 1960s, by William C. Agee.
- There is a long, subtle history of the development of modernism in relation to American artists, as well as teachers, patrons and collectors, which can be traced through the first half of the twentieth century.
- Agee's analysis includes artists working in the first half of the century as well as a discussion of the continuity between this period and the artists who went on to become celebrated internationally.
- Hardback, 352 pages
- 1.7 kg, 22.2 x 29.7 x 3.7 cm