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War through artists eyes

Newton, Eric

War through artists eyes

paintings and drawings by British warartists

by Newton, Eric

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Published by John Murray, printed at the Curwen Press Ltd in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementselected and introduced by Eric Newton.
ContributionsNewton, Eric., Curwen Press.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22828864M

  I recently read the book, The War of Art by Steven Pressfield.. This book is a quick read ( short pages), and so made it easy for me to accomplish my goal of reading one book per month.. This book was such a quick read in fact, that I have now finished 2 books for the month of April!Author: Spencer Haws. Jacob Lawrence is one of the featured artists and the Whitney chose to exhibit his War Series, 14 paintings that depicts World War II soldiers from their initial draft notice to the end of the war. Barbara Haskell curated the exhibit and she's joining me now to talk about Jacob Lawrence in American Legends and his masterwork, War Series.

  Books / Reviews 'Japanese Reflections on World War II and the American Occupation': War through the eyes of everyday Oita citizens by Kris Kosaka. Special To The Japan Times.   More than forty years after the last American soldiers withdrew from Sài Gòn, Artists Respond affords a “real time” view of the Vietnam era as seen through the eyes of American artists. The Association of Art Museum Curators presented its Award for Excellence to Melissa Ho for the exhibition catalogue Artists Respond: American Art and the Vietnam War, –

Get this from a library! World War II through the eyes of Thomas Hart Benton. [Thomas Hart Benton; Jean Williams-Sherrill; Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum.] -- Drawings and paintings of World War II by the American artist.   The dark tone typical for Bacon’s painting resonates better with the war itself than the post-war period, although most of his significant works that were made later in the 20th century remained equally destructive and emotionally disturbing. The motive of crucifixion served as a symbol of pain and death, and Bacon used the allegory to make Three studies for figures at the base of a crucifixion.


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