Four writers examine Motherwell's fervent advocacy of collage as
"the greatest of our discoveries", with illustrations of some 60 of
the artist's works from the 1940s and early '50s.--Sue Taylor "Art
in America "
Although somewhat younger (and Waspier) than the Abstract Expressionists he assiocate with, Robert Motherwell was a noted figure of the New York School (a term that he, in fact, coined). The collages he created throughout his career were particularly, beautiful and elegant [...].--Howard Halle "Time Out New York "
This admirable catalogue is essential for understanding Motherwell's output, a testament to his achievements and a great pleasure to consult or even just browse.--Alexander Adams "The Art Newspaper "