Author(s): Muncie Hendler
These 29 meticulously rendered black-and-white drawings invite colorists to create their own versions of some of the greatest abstract artworks of the twentieth century. You may follow the original color schemes, as depicted on the book's inside covers, or introduce your own variations. Featured paintings include Stuart Davis's Hot Still-Scape for Six Colors -- Seventh Avenue Style, Ad Reinhardt's Number 30, Frank Stella's Lac Laronge III, and many others. Captions identify the artist, title, date of composition, and medium. Printed on one side only, the perforated pages can be easily removed for display.