Published February 1996
by Smithmark Publishers .
Written in English
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The art of the expressionists. [Janice Anderson; Bridgeman Art Library.] -- Discusses the art of expressionist painting in which artists' feelings are expressed directly. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Janice Anderson; Bridgeman Art Library. Find more information about: ISBN: X OCLC Number. Janice Anderson; Bridgeman Art Library. Publisher: Bristol [England]: Parragon, © Edition/Format: Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Expressionism (Art) -- Europe. Painting, European. Painting, Modern -- 19th century. View all subjects; More like this. Art of the Expressionists by Janice Anderson An apparently unread copy in perfect condition. Dust cover is intact; pages are clean and are not marred by notes or folds of any kind. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. What I found most striking about this book was the way that the writing ABOUT the art rose to such a complex, historical, metaphorical and intuitive exploration of the art, that I sensed it beginning to vie with the abstract expressionist art itself. In reading this book I began to understand how it is that we've arrived at a time where art Reviews:
The Expressionists (World of Art) by Wolf-Dieter Dube and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This is a beautiful Art Book. It shows that Women Abstract Expressionists were doing great paintings but not getting the recognition they deserved. Without this book many of the Artists would remain unknown to the public. Read more. 6 people found this helpful. s: “Picasso’s eclecticism signifies the deliberate destruction of the unity of the personality; his imitations are protests against the cult of originality; his deformation of reality, which is always clothing itself in new forms, in order the more forcibly to demonstrate their arbitrariness, is intended, above all, to confirm the thesis that ‘nature and art are two entirely dissimilar. The Expressionists took this relationship and asked their audiences, in the words of Peter Frampton, “Do you feel like we do?” Nine times out of ten, the answer was, and still is, “Yes.” If you’re interested in collecting Expressionist art or want to know more about artists who specialize in Expressionism, contact our gallery team at.
On the one hand, the author clearly has a high opinion of the art and worldview of the Expressionists, but it is an appreciation I generally do not share as I find t In reading this book I have to admit that I had a strange disconnect with what was being written/5. In part a reaction against Impressionism and academic art, Expressionism was inspired most heavily by the Symbolist currents in late th-century art. Vincent van Gogh, Edvard Munch, and James Ensor proved particularly influential to the Expressionists, encouraging the distortion of form and the deployment of strong colors to convey a. This book was a gift to me from my boyfriend who is in love with the abstract expressionism movement and wanted to introduce me to the movement. This book is a great little book for anyone interested in American art, specifically for the abstract expressionist movement (as the book title implies)/5. The Expressionists (World of Art) by Wolf-Dieter Dube; W. D. Dube and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at