For the first time since 1931, the modern art collection of Philadelphia artist and collector Earl Horter has been reassembled. This great collection included some of the greatest works by the most renowned and respected figures in Modern Art. However, as a result of a reversal of fortune, shared by the rest of the United States during the Depression, Horter's collection thinned as a matter of survival.
- Author: Innis Howe Shoemaker
- Publisher: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1999
- 192 Pages, 12" x 9.75"
- ISBN: 9780876331279