Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1957. First Edition, First Printing.
Quarto (12 3/4 x 9 5/8 inches; 320 x 240 mm),  pages in stapled rust-colored wrappers, with a woodcut laid in.
Catalogue of an exhibition of works by Jan Cox, with a woodcut laid in (signed in pencil). The exhibition took place at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and featured more than 70 paintings, gouaches, drawings, and lithographs. In the 1950s, Cox (1919-1980) was head of the painting department at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts.
Cox was a founding member of the Jeune Peinture Belge artists' group and exhibited in New York at the Curt Valentin and Catherine Viviano galleries.
SCARCE WITH WOODCUT.
CONDITION: Some edge wear to wrappers, foxing, creasing, and soiling to internal pages, along with some evidence of waterstaining. The signed woodcut has a couple of creases and ragged edges on two sides. About Very Good overall. Item #2113