Herbert George

  • George Rickey

    Nan Rosenthal, George Rickey (New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1977), 220 pages, 223 illustrations, including 66 plates in full color.

    M. Matyushin, a color theorist, an initiator of studies on optical perception and a close friend of Malevich, hypothesized in 1932 that by making a conscious attempt to exercise the peripheral aspects of one’s vision it was possible through “extended vision” to attain a peripheral vision approaching 360 degrees.1 I cite this only as an example of the difference between aspiration and reality. For a number of years, Abrams has aspired to publish, in book form, the work