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Whitney Museum of American Art

by Patterson Sims (Composer)

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This book is the second edition of a catalogue first issued in 1985 by Tom Amstrong, a direct who cared deeply about the works illustrated in this book bear directly on the wisdom and tenacity of his stewardship of this Museum. This volume, by its nature and design, honors Tom's remarkable commitment to the Whitney's Permanent Collection.
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