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Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, 1986. hardcover, 9 1/4" x 12", with dust jacket. Jacket has wear to edges amd a few minor creases at rear. Small pen mark to top-edges. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket.. Fawn cloth-bound boards with purple type to spine and front, plain purple endpapers, photographic portrait frontispiece (George Hart, 1920s), 17 full-color plates, 120 b&w figures, chronology, select exhibition list, bibliography, index. A significant figure in the history of modern American art, Pop Hart is most often associated with the New York Realist and American Scene movements, although this book also traces his experimentation with Impressionismn, Tonalism and Expressionism. Hart's most notable achievements were in the areas of watercolor and printmaking, and this study pays special attention to his innovative efforts in these areas.