New figuration, contemporary art from Germany
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New figuration, contemporary art from Germany from the collections of Hans Hermann Stober and Peter Pohl and from other Berlin, Munich, and New York collections : Frederick S. Wight Art Gallery, University of California at Los Angeles, 18 January-13 February 1983 by Donald B. Kuspit

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Published by The Gallery in Los Angeles .
Written in English



  • Germany (West)


  • Expressionism (Art) -- Germany (West) -- Exhibitions.,
  • Painting, German -- Germany (West) -- 20th century -- Exhibitions.,
  • Painting -- Private collections -- Exhibitions.

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementwork by Georg Baselitz ... [et al.] ; selected with an essay by Donald B. Kuspit.
ContributionsFrederick S. Wight Art Gallery.
LC ClassificationsND568.5.E9 K87 1983
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 10, [48] p. :
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3516356M
LC Control Number82084621

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