Very Good. Item #5862
New York: Paul-Art Press, 1994. First Edition. Stiff, glossy wraps. 57 pages with black and white and color illustrations, though this copy misbound upside down and pages backwards, with prelims in rear and reading back to front. Light shelfwear to corners.
Catalog and essays on reclusive folk-artist Morton Bartlett, a Boston bachelor and self-taught sculptor who crafted half life-size plaster sculptures of children and lifelike settings. His work was not much known until after his death in 1992 and the discovery of his work by Marion Harris.