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Cernuschi, Claude, - Jackson Pollock: maning and significance.

NY, Harper Collins/Icon, (1992). 1st ed. VG. Survey of Pollock's life and work and an understanding of his paintings - their origins, meanings, and influence. Broadly interpretive with discussion and explanation of his concerns and meanings. A survey of his work with particular attention to his intentions and the interpretation of abstraction plus issues raised by his art above and beyond his intentions and how these issues interact with his contemporaries' work and with other intellectual currents. The final chapter discusses Pollock's influence and the importance of criticism in shaping this influence. and the problems of defining modernism and postmodernism. Remainder mark.
USD 44.00 [Appr.: EURO 40.5 | £UK 34.75 | JPą 6852] Book number BOOKS053487I

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