American radiance : the Ralph Esmerian gift to the American Folk Art Museum
Museum of American Folk Art.
American radiance : the Ralph Esmerian gift to the American Folk Art Museum / [compiled by] Stacy C. Hollander ; foreword by Gerard C. Wertkin ; essay by Ralph Esmerian ; principal photography by John Bigelow Taylor ; project coordinated by Tanya Heinrich ; with contributions by Helen Kellogg ... [et al.].
New York : American Folk Art Museum in association with Harry N. Abrams, c2001.
"The preeminent private collection of American folk art now becomes public, and the event is cause for rejoicing among art lovers. Showcasing more than 400 outstanding works that comprise the Ralph Esmerian gift to the American Folk Art Museum in New York, this sumptuous volume celebrates traditional American folk art in all its vibrant diversity." "Combining new research, never-before-published color photographs, and detailed entries on each artwork, American Radiance is indispensable for students and collectors, yet broadly appealing to the folk art market. The book celebrates the opening of the Museum's new building, where the Esmerian Collection is the widely publicized inaugural exhibition."--BOOK JACKET.
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