'Belongs in every serious painter and art historian's library' --The Art Book
'Encapsulates almost half-a-century's research on Albers' part ... we're lucky to have this book. Though costing �£60, it almost seems a bargain' --The Architects' Journal
'...a feast of colour and fine printing ... [Albers's] sense of colour comes across superbly in this most desirable book: highly recommended'
'A masterpiece of graphic art ... one of the great graphic works of the 20th century and, arguably, the greatest sequence of abstract prints ever made' --The Independent on Sunday
'Superb ... in their book form of theme and variation [these prints] have a new eloquence and will vastly enhance Albers's accessibility'
--The Times Literary Supplement
About the Author
Josef Albers (1888 - 1976) was one of the most influential artists and theorists of the 20th century. He taught at the Bauhaus and then at Black Mountain College, North Carolina, and Yale University. T. G. Rosenthal has written books on Jack B. Yeats, Sidney Nolan and Paula Rego.