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Jacques Villon-Cubist Work on Paper By JACK LEISSRING
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Jacques Villon is one of the 20th Century's most significant artists. Stanley Hayter and others have called Villon "the father of modern print-making." Jacques Villon, actually named Gaston... More > Duchamp, was probably the most sig­nificant peintre-graveur of the twentieth century in France. This book explores a segment of his painting and print-making skills, one commonly known as Cubism. Villon, and his brothers were a part of a group of infuential intellectual painters, poets and essayists who met regularly in villon's studio. His work is intimately connected with ideas that originated there. The author, in 2011, completed a definitive catalog of the entire collection of villon's work gathered over a forty year period--350 graphic and painting works on paper. The present study focuses specifically on 53 Cubist-related images from that collection, and discusses the influence of the "Section d'Or" on the artist's working method. The work is extensively referenced.< Less
Jacques Villon-Cubist Work on Paper By JACK LEISSRING
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Jacques Villon is one of the 20th Century's most significant artists Stanley Hayter and others have called Villon "the father of modern print-making." Jacques Villon, actually named Gaston... More > Duchamp, was probably the most sig­nificant peintre-graveur of the twentieth century in France. This book explores a segment of his painting and print-making skills, one commonly known as Cubism. Villon, and his brothers were a part of a group of infuential intellectual painters, poets and essayists who met regularly in villon's studio. His work is intimately connected with ideas that originated there. The author, in 2011, completed a definitive catalog of the entire collection of villon's work gathered over a forty year period--350 graphic and painting works on paper. The present study focuses specifically on 53 Cubist-related images from that collection, and discusses the influence of the "Section d'Or" on the artist's working method. The work is extensively referenced.ISBN:978-0-9908931-5-8< Less
Modernity By George V. Packard
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Modernity by George V. Packard Much changed thanks to musical innovations like Igor Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring, scientific advances such as quantum mechanics, new artistic genres like... More > surrealism and other fresh ways of thinking that came along in the early 20th century. Here is a collection of short satirical “interviews” with the great icons of the Modern Age. MODERNITY takes a backward look at some of the figures and concepts that made us the way we are: Schrödinger, Wigner, Duchamp, Pound, Einstein, Proust, Pollock, Stein, Rothko, Marx, Hawkins, Beckett, Schönberg, Wittgenstein, Freud, Joyce, Godel, Monk, Stravinsky, Cage, Kafka, Higgs. George V. Packard’s fiction has appeared in Redbook, Family Circle, Cavalier, Texas Monthly, Paris Metro, Yankee and Sports Illustrated.< Less

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