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Ary Stillman

From Impressionism to Abstract Expressionism

James Wechsler (Editor), Michael Betancourt (Essay by), David Craven (Essay by)

Hardcover

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Description

The work of the Russian-American artist Ary Stillman (1891-1967) attracted great critical acclaim during the mid-twentieth century, but until recently his contribution to modern art has been largely overlooked. This lavishly illustrated volume -- the first major monograph ever devoted to Stillman -- traces the artist's development from his early impressionist and representational painting to his striking post-war Abstract Expressionist works. The book explores all the stylistic phases of Stillman's career, with essays on his Paris period, his innovative white-line drawings, his visit to Palestine and his final years in Mexico, and offers new perspectives on the history of American modernism.

Merrell, 9781858944333, 176pp.

Publication Date: June 1, 2008