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art of Philip Guston 1913-1980 : an introduction to the exhibition for teachers and students. by Philip Guston

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Published by Royal Academy of Arts in London .
Written in English


  • Guston, Philip, -- 1913-

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Published to accompany the exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, 24 January - 12 April 2004.

ContributionsRoyal Academy of Arts.
The Physical Object
Pagination20p. :
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15550603M

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A Life Spent Painting. Driven and consumed by art, Philip Guston painted and drew compulsively. This book takes the reader from his early social realist murals and easel paintings of the s and s, to the Abstract Expressionist works of the s and early s, and finally to the powerful new language of figurative painting, which he developed in the late s and :// ‘Untitled (Book)’ was created in by Philip Guston in Neo-Expressionism style. Find more prominent pieces of still life at – best visual art ://   Philip Guston, The Studio, (Courtesy of Hauser & Wirth; Photo: Genevieve Hanson) Philip Guston didn’t want his work to go down easy—with others or, above all, with himself. He felt Philip Guston; Nice, Philip Guston; Untitled, Philip Guston; Untitled, Philip Guston; Page secondary navigation. See all 14 artworks Related Content. Ongoing The New Contemporary; Exhibition Closed Modern and Contemporary Works on Paper Mar 24 –

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Philip Guston—perhaps more than any other figure in recent memory—has given contemporary artists permission to break the rules and paint what, and how, they want. His winding career, embrace of “high” and “low” sources, and constant aesthetic reinvention defy easy categorization, and his figurative turn is by now one of modern art's most legendary conversion narratives. “I Philip Guston Now is the catalogue for a traveling exhibition that was supposed to open at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., this summer. Though that may yet happen, what we have for now is a lushly illustrated book with scholarly essays on various aspects of Guston Philip Guston Texts by Harry Cooper, Tacita Dean, Mark Godfrey, Trenton Doyle Hancock, & Jennifer Roberts D.A.P./National Gallery of Art, Add to cart for local delivery or curbside pickup Pickup M-Th pm HudCo Palisade Street, Dobbs Ferry, NY For   A muralist with the government-funded Federal Art Project in the s, an Abstract Expressionist in the s and ‘60s, and a figurative painter in the last decades of his life, Guston is regarded as a leading figure in the creation of a new style of painting known as ://