American self-taught: paintings and drawings by outsider artists

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Knopf, Oct 26, 1993 - Art - 298 pages
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One hundred American self-taught painters of the twentieth century--including Victor Duena, Sister Gertrude Morgan, Henry Darger, and Freddie Brice--are captured in a collection of 260 full-color reproductions of their extraordinary artworks.

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About the author (1993)

Maresca is co-owner of the ricco/Maresca Gallery in New York City. He is among America's most distinguished collectors and dealers of Outsider and Self-Taught Art. He is also a well known fashion photographer.

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