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Essential, The: Willem de Kooning (Essential Series (Wonderland Press).)
Essential, The: Willem de Kooning
by Abrams
Hardcover from Harry N Abrams
Willem de Kooning
Willem de Kooning
by Sally Yard
Hardcover from Rizzoli International Publications
Willem De Kooning : Reflections in the Studio
by Edvard Lieber (Photographer), Willem De Kooning
Hardcover - 138 pages 
Harry N Abrams; ISBN: 0810945606
The Essential Willem De Kooning (Essential Series (Wonderland Press).)
by Catherine Morris

Willem De Kooning : Paintings
by David Sylvester, et al
This book documents the exhibition of eighty of de Kooning's finest works spanning the period from 1938 to 1986 which toured major galleries including the Tate, MoMA and the National Gallery in Washington DC in 1994/95. Db.
Hardcover - 231 pages 
Yale Univ Pr; ISBN: 0300060114 

Willem De Kooning : The Late Paintings, the 1980s
by Willem De Kooning, et al
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Willem De Kooning
by Sally Yard, Willem De Kooning

Willem De Kooning (Library of American Art)
by Diane Waldman
(Hardcover - March 1988)

Willem De Kooning : Drawing Seeing/Seeing Drawing
by Klaus Kertess, et al

Willem de Kooning : Paintings 1983-84
by Richard Shiff

Willem De Kooning (Modern Masters Series, Vol 2)
by Harry F. Gaugh
(Paperback - July 1986)

Elaine and Bill
by Lee Hall

Willem de Kooning: Sculpture
by Andrew Forge, et al

Willem De Kooning : Tracing the Figure
by Cornelia H. Butler, et al
At the forefront of modern art during the 1950s, painter Willem de Kooning secured his place in art history with the unveiling of his "Woman" series. Colorful, brash paintings composed of bold, violent brush strokes were seen by critics and viewers as vulgar and problematic but unfailingly important in their merging of abstract and representational forms. The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles presents, in conjunction with an exhibition of the same name, Willem de Kooning: Tracing the Figure, a collection of drawings and studies that led up to the famous "Woman" paintings. Seen as completed works in their own right, these drawings bear de Kooning's distinctive draftsmanship of powerful lines, erasures, scrapings, and strong color. Blurred images of the figure coming apart at the seams, the works look as if they were made during an emotional explosion, though de Kooning's work process was known to be rather laborious. Four insightful essays complement the arresting images, including a remarkable discussion on the social ramifications of de Kooning's vision of the female form by curator Cornelia H. Butler. This well-crafted book is perfect for any fan of modern painting. --J.P. Cohen -

Willem De Kooning : Paintings
by Marla Prather, et al
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