New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1972. First edition and first printing. Hardcover. 372 pages. A massive monograph written by Shahn's wife Bernarda Bryson Shahn. A wide ranging examination of Shahn's career that includes 345 illustrations with 154 color plates. An about very good copy with a crease to the front free endpaper and some fraying and wear to the base of the spine and edges of the boards and a small spot to the bottom edge of the pages in a poor dust jacket that has considerable wear, fading, chips and a long tear and associated crease to the rear panel. Still one of the best books on this important American artist.