The 94 illustrations reproduced in this beautiful volume, including 36 in full color, as well as the insightful essays by experts in the study of "outsider" art, interpret Rizzoli's bizarre life and work in ways accessible to both scholars and the general public.
Hailed by curators as "the find of the century," Rizzoli's drawings were unearthed 10 years after his death. Published in 1997 by the San Diego Museum of Art, this book is the first ever devoted to visionary American artist A.G. Rizzoli (1896-1981), whose elaborate architectural drawings are world-renowned.
This paperback exhibition catalogue is 136 pages, with 36 color plates, and numerous black-and-white images. Essays by Jo Farb Hernandez, John Beardsley and Roger Cardinal.