Isamu Noguchi

By: Hunter, Sam; Noguchi, Isamu

Price: $75.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Near Fine

A clean, unmarked book with a tight binding. Slight wear to cover. 7 1/4"w x 10 1/4"h. Many color photos.

Stock Description

Sculptor Isamu Noguchi's ties to Seattle are significant and enduring. Black Sun, a granite disk, is situated before the Seattle Asian Art Museum in Volunteer Park, and has become one of the city's most beloved landmarks. Sky-Viewing Sculpture at Western Washington University in Bellingham is user-friendly and popular.

Born in 1904 in Los Angeles, Noguchi spent his early years in both Japan and the United States. In 1927 a Guggenheim Fellowship took him to Paris where he became Constantin Brancusi's studio assistant and plunged into abstract and geometric work. Studies in China and Japan led to an appreciation of Zen gardens and a respect for nature. This book illustrates a number of his works.

Title: Isamu Noguchi

Author: Hunter, Sam; Noguchi, Isamu

Categories: Art, Exhibition Catalog,

Publisher: Seattle, Bryan Ohno Gallery / University of Washington Press: 2000

ISBN Number: 0295980176

ISBN Number 13: 9780295980171

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Art

Seller ID: 148193

Keywords: Isamu Noguchi, Sam Hunter, Bryan Ohno Gallery, Exhibition Catalog, Sculptor, Landscape architect, Japanese American Artist, Public artworks, Paper Lamps, Seattle, Black Sun, Akari, Illumination,