American Realism by Edward Lucie-Smith - PDF and EPUB eBook
This lavishly illustrated book explores the tremendous scope, richness, toughness sensibility and liveliness of the American...
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Details of American Realism
- Exact title of the book
- American Realism
- Book author
- Edward Lucie-Smith
- Book edition
- Number of pages
- 240 pages
- April 1st 2002 by Thames & Hudson
- File size (in PDF)
- 960 kB
Some brief overview of book
This lavishly illustrated book explores the tremendous scope, richness, toughness sensibility and liveliness of the American realist tradition. Sixteen varied sections discuss and display the finest and most important work of different artists, groups, schools and periods - including American Impressionism, The Ashcan School, Precisionism, American Scene Painting, Edward Hopper, Urban realism, Photorealism and Postmodern realism today - and provide convincing proof that the American realist legacy occupies an unparalleled position in the world art of the past one hundred years. In this important critical synthesis, Edward Lucie-Smith discusses the work of the pioneering masters of American realism, such as Thomas Etkins, Mary Cassatt, Charles Sheeler, Thomas Hart Benton, Georgia O'Keesse and Andrew Wyeth.
He adds a major new dimension in his examination of the work of contemporary realist painters: those currently acknowledged as major figures today, such as Wayne Thiebaud and Leon Golub, but also those whose reputations and contribution have only fairly recently been fully appreciated, among them Isabel Bishop, Alice Neel and Fairfield Porter, as well as younger artists, such as E.