The drawings of Josef Albers / Nicholas Fox Weber.
- New Haven : Yale University Press, ©1984.
1 online resource (xiv, 61 pages,  pages of plates) : 205 illustrations (some color)
- Albers, Josef.
Drawing, American -- 20th century.
Drawing, German -- 20th century.
- "Shortly after Josef Albers's death in 1976, a scarcely known and surprising segment of his work was discovered: the representational drawings he made before going to the Bauhaus in 1920. These early works-- self-portraits, portraits of friends and relatives, views of houses and public buildings in his native Westphalia, sketches of animals, travel scenes, nudes, caricatures of his students-- reveal a playful and informal side of Albers's character, as well as the root of his fascination with the interplay of two- and three-dimensional space. Presented in conjunction with some of his later abstract drawings, which are characterized by the familiar geometry of his work from the Bauhaus on, they round out our sense of the complex but consistent themes that shaped his evolution as a pioneer painter, teacher, and color theorist"--Publisher's description.
- Includes bibliographical references.
Description based on print record and online resource (A&AePortal, viewed on May 30, 2018).
- Albers, Josef, artist.
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- Print version: Weber, Nicholas Fox, 1947- Drawings of Josef Albers.
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- Restricted for use by site license.
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