- Full Description
This Polish sculptor and artist was extremely popular in his native country in the 1930s, doing absolutely incredible life-sized statues for public squares, great buildings and exhibits. But when Hitler invaded Poland in 1939, nearly all of his public work was destroyed for being non-Aryan. He ended up in Los Angeles, where writer and comics fan Glenn Bray found him. Subsequently Glen compiled several collections of his work, most of which are now long sold out and command big prices in the out of print market. This modest little booklet accompanied what was probably his first U.S. exhibit, at the Psychedelic Solution Gallery in New York City. Contributors include artists Rick Griffin and Robert Williams, and Tante Leny editor Lena Zwalve. Includes a brief biography, fiction, and essays by Szukalski, plus 29 drawings.
Fine. Front cover slightly scuffed and thumbed. Inside pages are clean.
- Additional Information
Item Code RB1061 Publisher Psy-Sol Word Publish Date 1989 Print Status Out of Print Condition Fine. Front cover slightly scuffed and thumbed. Inside pages are clean. Binding Soft Cover Dimensions 6x8 # Pages 32pg Color b&w