M. Pescara Enterprises: New York, 1970. Item #38815
1st Edition. Original Blue Boards. 4to. 33 pages ; 28 cm. Pescara was the editor of the American Review of Art and Science. Includes “The Art of Sculpture By Mazzone” by Adriano Prandi, the Director of the Institute of Art History in Rome translated into English from the original Italian. Domenico Mazzone was an internationally recognized Italian sculptor who worked extensively in Italy and the New York/New Jersey Metro area. His work is represented in museums and private collections, throughout the world. Including the Metropolitan Opera House, NYC--Founders Hall At Lincoln Center, NYC---- The University For Peace----Ciudad Colon---Mora---Costa Rica----The University Art Museum Of Queensland, Australia----The Columbus Center In Toronto, Canada----UNDP Headquarters---United Nations In New York City--- The Bowers Museum, California. Mazzone served as instructor of Sculpture at the United Nations School and created many sculptures and objects that were sent to international leaders throughout the 1980s. OCLC lists no copies worldwide. Many of the plates, originally glued-in, are dislodged. Overally, about very good condition. (ITART-1-35).