4 edition of Modern Figurative Paintings found in the catalog.
February 2004 by Schiffer Publishing .
Written in English
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About the Author. Martin Wolpert has been a dealer and collector of fine art for more than thirty years. Jeffrey Winter joined this adventure in Together, they have used the vast library and archives of Papillon Gallery to compile the information and images for this book/5(3).
Modern Figurative Paintings book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The first half of the 19th Century spawned one of the most exc /5(2). These paintings helped t spread Parisian ifluence throughout the world, and often are showcased in galleries today.
This pioneer work documents many of the artists for the first time. It is a companion volume to the authors' previous book, Modern Figurative Paintings, The Paris Connection (Schiffer, ) which covers a different group of artists and : Martin Wolpert, Jeffrey Winter.
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My next dip into the book was focused on artists who really caught my eye/5(9). Divided into 3 sections, this book has good examples of several types of current international figurative painting.
The introduction is cogent and scholarly. Each of the 50+ artists' sections is introduced with a concise paragraph and several paragraphs in the artist's own word. Good reproductions of paintings/5(20). Featuring 78 of Price’s works on paper—all reproduced for the first time, many at actual size—this book is the most comprehensive ever published on the subject.
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Regional groups of figurative painters, from California to Russia and Australia to Scandinavia, absorbed many influences and crossed paths with leading artists who worked in Paris. This important new book highlights The art world is only beginning to realize the profound influence the Paris art community of the early 20th century had on what we now identify as "Modernism."4/5(2).
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