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Art at Colby highlights artworks that represent the full scope of the museum's superb holdings. The works span the entire history of American art, and also include examples of European and Asian works. Texts by a range of writers -- scholars, curators, critics and artists -- are paired with gorgeous reproductions of pieces from the collection. -->

Discover the Alex Katz Collection at the Colby Museum of Art. At the bookstore we have a variety of works about Katz, incuding Alex Katz: Maine, New York, Alex Katz At Colby College, and Alex Katz: Face the Music.

The Colby College Museum of Art is the sole respository of Terry Winters's entire archive of prints. Terry Winters: Prints & Sequences contains selections from that collection and offers insight into the artist's diverse printing techniques.

John Marin specialized in early American modern art. He is well known for his abstract landscapes and watercolors. Check out the John Marin Collection at the Colby College Museum of Art.

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Alex Katz: Collages Alex Katz: Collages
Cohen, David; Corwin, Sharin; and Katz, Alex
Alex Katz: Collages is the catalogue raisonné of Katz's early collages, spanning the period from 1954 to 1960. It presents 85 color plates with complete catalogue entries and an essay by Katz scholar David Cohen, critic for the New York Sun, publisher and editor of and curator at the New York Studio School. Cohen's essay argues that the collages are critical to an understanding of Katz's mature work and occupy a significant place within a history of Modernism. In these seminal works, Katz was already developing his unique artistic voice--a vocabulary of elemental forms, aesthetic efficiency and flat color.

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