New York: Quadrangle Press (Distributed by Chanticleer Press), 1948. Illustrated with over 100 monochrome illustrations and 6 color plates. Revised edition 1950. Yellow paper covered boards. 4to. 133 pp. Tight, clean, good plus to very good copy with some rubbing along the bottom edge and at corner tips and along top edge of spine. / Sturdy intact dust jacket which is quite worn along top edge. Item #340
" . . . .Threading through a maze of contemporary artistic modes, Mr. Greenberg not only guides the reader toward an understanding of Miró's aesthetics, but also points out the essential qualities by which these modes are distinguished. The interest of this book lies as much in the second fact as in the first." - Bartlett H. Hayes, Jr., Director Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover.