No Sun Without Shadow The Art of Harry Sternberg
Author: Ellen Fleurov
Publisher/Date: California Center for the Arts (2000) Exhibition Catalogue
Format/Condition: New paperback book in Near Fine condition: covers rubbed. 148 pages. Dimensions: 9 x 11 inches. Lavishly illustrated in color and b/w.
Description: The first comprehensive monograph on the seven-decade career of the "passionate humanist" Harry Sternberg. His work runs the gamut from closely observed glimpses of life in New York in the 1920s and 1930s , through the WPA era, to metaphorical images of terror and hope and lyrical landscapes. Judaica is the strongest influence. "Exhibition checklist" (pp. 102-107); "Public collections and murals" (pp. 108-109); "Chronology" (p. 110-21) includes 39 illustrations; "Exhibition history" (pp. 122-33); "Bibliography" (pp. 134-47).