Art

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WILLIAM BLAKE'S PRINTED PAINTINGS: METHODS, ORIGINS, MEANINGS

Written by Viscomi, Joseph
An in-depth examination of William Blake's glorious and acclaimed series of twelve monoprints Among William Blake's (1757-1827) most widely recognized and highly regarded works as an artist are twelve color printed drawings, or monoprints, conceived and executed in 1795.
July 6, 2021 | Hardcover | Paul Mellon Centre |
$50.00
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ANTHONY VAN DYCK AND THE ART OF PORTRAITURE

Written by White, Christopher
A beautiful, lively tour through the portraits of one of the most celebrated painters of 17th century Europe In this sumptuously illustrated volume, eminent art historian Sir Christopher White places the portraiture of renowned Flemish painter Anthony Van Dyck (1599-1641) in context among the work of his contemporaries working in and around the courts of seventeenth-century Europe.
March 9, 2021 | Hardcover | Modern Art Press, Ltd |
$45.00
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ARTEMISIA GENTILESCHI: THE LANGUAGE OF PAINTING

Written by Locker, Jesse M
An important reassessment of the later career and life of a beloved baroque artist Hailed as one of the most influential and expressive painters of the seventeenth century, Artemisia Gentileschi (1593-ca. 1656) has figured prominently in the art historical discourse of the past two decades.
January 19, 2021 | PB | Yale University Press |
$40.00
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HUNG LIU: PORTRAITS OF PROMISED LANDS

Written by Moss, Dorothy
A major survey of contemporary artist Hung Liu, whose layered portraits explore history and memory through the stories of marginalized figures​ Hung Liu: Portraits of Promised Lands presents the stunning work of this contemporary Chinese American artist. Liu (b.
June 29, 2021 | Hardcover | Yale University Press |
$50.00
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JOSEPH E. YOAKUM: WHAT I SAW

The extraordinary life of a captivating American artist, beautifully illustrated with his dreamlike drawings Much of Joseph Elmer Yoakum's story comes from the artist himself--and is almost too fantastic to believe.
June 15, 2021 | Hardcover | Art Institute of Chicago |
$50.00
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AFTERLIVES: RECOVERING THE LOST STORIES OF LOOTED ART

Written by Sackeroff, Sam
A strikingly original exploration of the profound impact of World War II on how we understand the art that survived it By the end of World War II an estimated one million artworks and 2.5 million books had been seized from their owners by Nazi forces; many were destroyed. The artworks and cultural artifacts that survived have traumatic, layered histories.
August 17, 2021 | Hardcover | Yale University Press |
$50.00
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MEDICI: PORTRAITS AND POLITICS, 1512-1570

Written by Falciani, Carlo
Portraits, an inherently personal subject, provide an engaging entry point to an exploration of the politics, patronage, and power in Renaissance Florence Between 1512 and 1570, Florence underwent dramatic political transformations.
May 11, 2021 | Hardcover | Metropolitan Museum of Art New York |
$65.00
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CUBISM IN COLOR: THE STILL LIFES OF JUAN GRIS

Restoring a "perfect painter" to the Cubist canon Juan Gris (1887-1927) was central to the development of Cubism in the early 20th century. Though the writer and art collector Gertrude Stein considered him a "perfect painter," Gris's pivotal role within the movement has often been overshadowed.
April 13, 2021 | Hardcover | Dallas Museum of Art |
$45.00
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LOUISE BOURGEOIS, FREUD'S DAUGHTER

Written by Larratt-Smith, Philip
An exploration of the art and writing of Louise Bourgeois through the lens of her relationship with Freudian psychoanalysis From 1952 to 1985, Louise Bourgeois (1911-2010) underwent extensive Freudian analysis that probed her family history, marriage, motherhood, and artistic ambition--and generated inspiration for her artwork.
March 2, 2021 | Hardcover | Yale University Press |
$45.00
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GOYA'S GRAPHIC IMAGINATION

Written by McDonald, Mark
This exploration of Francisco Goya's graphic output reveals his technical virtuosity and boundless imagination This book presents the first focused investigation of Francisco Goya's (1746-1828) graphic output. Spanning six decades, Goya's works on paper reflect the transformation and turmoil of the Enlightenment, the Inquisition, and Spain's years of constitutional government.
February 8, 2021 | Hardcover | Metropolitan Museum of Art New York |
$50.00

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