Books by Martica Sawin

NON-FICTION
Released: Oct. 1, 1995

"A first-rate cultural history, of interest to both the art historian and the general reader. (245 illustrations, not seen)"
An enlightening history of the later, transatlantic phase of the Surrealist movement (19381947), which, when caught in the throes of WW II, inadvertently came in close contact with a new generation of vanguard American painters. Read full book review >