Peggy Guggenheim: Confessions of and Art Addict (1960)

Author(s): Peggy Guggenheim
Format: hardback
Edition: First Edition
Year published: 1960
Publisher: Andre Deutsch
Total Pages: 175
Illustrations: Illustrated in black and white


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Introduction by Alfred Barr. This is the fascinating autobiography of a society heiress who became the bohemian doyenne of the art world. Written in her own words it is the frank and outspoken story of her life and loves: her stormy relationships with such men as Max Ernst and Jackson Pollock, and her discovery of new artists. Known as “the mistress of modern art”, Peggy Guggenheim was a passionate collector and major patron. She amassed one of the most important collections of early twentieth century European and American art embracing cubism, surrealism and expressionism. A must read for anyone with an interest in these major-league artists, this seminal period of art history, and the ultimate self-invented woman. Condition: dust-wrapper worn with chipping to edges and some foxing. Edges and contents slightly foxed.


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