Neward, NJ: Rabin & Krueger Gallery, 1962.
Softcover. Very Good. 13 pp text + more than 160 b/w illustrations, in original wrappers. Light shelf wear; contents clean and sound. From the essay: "Joseph Stella was America's greatest and most famous Italian-American painter. He was the leading American Futurist artist, and the one most completely to embody the Futurist glorification of the modern city ... The present volume, however, is concerned with Stella from a very different point of view, picturing Stella the draftsman, not Stella the Futurist painter. It is a side of the artist which is gaining ever-increasing recognition, and that is how it should be."