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Norsk Internasjonal Grafikk Biennale Brochure and Postcard, 1972. 8 plus postcard pages. postcard address to Albers with illegible signature on reverse. Dated 1.3.1972. Signature could be Albers or possibly Herman Helber

Josef Albers: graphic tectonic Josef Albers et al, Verlad Galerie Der Spiegel, 1968. 27 pages, Softcover. signed: For Si with thanks, VII '68 Joseph Albers.

Josef Albers: Paintings Prints Projects George Heard Hamilton, Yale University Art Gallery, 1956. 48 pages, Softcover.

Josef Albers Justus Bier, Ben F. Williams and Will Grohmann, North Carolina Museum of Art, 1962. 50 pages, Softcover. exhibition catalogue

Josef Albers Josef Albers, Stedelijk Museum, 1961. 15 pages, Softcover. exhibition catalogue

Josef Albers: His Art and His Influence Nicholas Fox Weber, Monteclair Museum of Art, New Jersey, 1981. 56 pages, Softcover. exhibition catalogue.

Josef Albers: Formulation Articulation Margit Staber, Denise Rene Rive Gauche, 1974. 12 pages, Softcover. exhibition catalogue

Eye: Magazine of the Yale Arts Association, Number 2 Arnold Bittleman, et.al., Yale Arts Association, 1968. 48 pages, Softcover.

Josef Albers: Zeichnungen/Drawings Max Bill, Wittenborn and Company. 12 pages, Softcover with dustjacket. fold out portfolio with 12 loose pages of images of Albers drawings. no date

Josef Albers: The American Years Gerald Nordland, Washington Gallery of Modern Art, Washington D.C., 1965. 48 pages, Softcover. traveling exhibition catalogue

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From the Collection of Sewell Sillman

This work comes from the collection of the artist, Sewell Sillman (1924-1992). Sewell Sillman’s artistic career began after World War II. In 1948 he attended Black Mountain College with an interest in studying architecture. After courses with Albers and Jennerjahn, Sillman shifted gears enrolling in fine art at Yale University where Albers was the director of the department. Sillman was Albers’ teaching assistant before becoming a regular faculty member, a postion he held for more than a decade. 

In 1956, Sillman organized an exhibition of Albers’ work for the university’s art gallery collaborating with fellow faculty member, Norman Ives to create a companion catalog. Together, Sillman and Ives established the art publishing firm of Ives-Sillman, collaborating with artists such as Josef Albers, Romare Bearden, Roy Lichtenstein, and more, to produce portfolios and high quality prints.