Canal Street


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Place Published: New York
Publisher: Whitney Museum of American Art
Date Published: 1990

Description: Two color woodcuts, one of which is initialed by Steinberg and hand-painted by Michael Berdan, and 16 black & white tipped-in lithographs. Slim folio, black morocco spine, gilt- lettered, bright yellow linen boards, board slipcase. New York: Whitney Museum, 1990. Fine.

Comments: One of only 160 copies signed by the author and initialed by the artist. Published by the Library Fellows of the Whitney Museum of Art organized by May Castleberry. Printed by Stamperia Valdonega in Verona. An amusing collaboration and a handsome production depicting the traffic, architecture and noise of Canal Street, which was Frazier's neighborhood in New York for twelve years. Canal Street crosses Manhattan from the Brooklyn Bridge to the Holland Tunnel.

Signed: Y
Edition: Limited
Binding: hardcover
Condition: fine
Language: English
Type: Books

Book ID: 239266

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