1 edition of Post-Mondrian abstraction in America found in the catalog.
Post-Mondrian abstraction in America
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[Foreword by Stephen S. Prokopoff ; catalog essay by Robert Pincus-Witten].|
|Contributions||Prokopoff, Stephen S., Pincus-Witten, Robert., Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago, Ill.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Art historians Kermit Swiler Champa and Nancy J. Troy explain Piet Mondrian’s philosophy, his transition from realism into abstraction, and his creation of the style of painting called Neoplasticism. How New York made Mondrian truly Modern its admiration for abstraction, its typically American optimism—and felt it was the most perfect manifestation of the “New Life”, as he called.
Series 2: The records of the New York City gallery James Graham & Sons measure linear feet and date from , , circa (bulk s This is really a star book -- the reproductions of the images are excellent, and I really enjoyed the essay about Mondrian's portraiture. I would maybe have preferred a standard biographical essay to be included, and I'd love to read more about how Mondrian's theosophical beliefs affected his art (though that one's probably a separate book)/5.
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Post-Mondrian Abstraction in America Paperback – January 1, by Robert PINCUS-WITTEN (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Post-Mondrian abstraction in America: [exhibition] March 31 toMuseum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois. [Stephen S Prokopoff; Robert Pincus-Witten; Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago, Ill.);].
An interesting and sympathetic account of Mondrian's work. Very good on describing Mondrian's progression from realism to abstraction. This book of Jaffe's is much, much easier to understand than his volume on 'De Stijl the Dutch contribution to modern art'/5(7).
'Abstract America' is a professional look at the recent world of American abstract art from the viewpoint of the gallery. There are few books on the market which pay homage to 21st Century abstract artist, making this book a worthy addition to any art library/5. Mondrian: The Art of Destruction.
This book on Mondrian, one of the great pioneers of abstract art, analyzes the interrelation between his paintings and his theories on art and life as expressed in public writings and (largely unpublished) letters.
Book Description. This edited volume examines the history of abstract art across Latin America after This form of art grew in popularity across the Americas in the postwar period, often serving to affirm a sense of being modern and the right of Latin America to assume the leading role Europe had played before World War II.
Recent scholarship, for instance, has focused on geometric abstraction from Argentina, Brazil, and Venezuela. The book aims to expand the map and consider this phenomenon as it developed in neglected regions such as Central America and the Andes, investigatinghow this style came to stand in for Latin American contemporary by: 1.
Mondrian, The Diamond Compositions National Gallery of Art, Washington, Although issued in conjunction with the exhibition, this is a book in its own right, giving a detailed analysis of the diamond paintings. Well worth a read. pages, 76 illustrations including 7 in colour.
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Mondrian in Action teaches business users and developers how to use Mondrian and related tools for strategic business analysis. You'll learn how to design and populate a data warehouse and present the data via a multidimensional model.
You'll follow examples showing how to create a Mondrian schema and then expand it to add basic security based on the users' roles.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Post-Mondrian Abstraction in America. Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Art, Essay by Robert Pincus-Witten. New Haven Nancy J. Troy. Mondrian and Neo-Plasticism in America.
New Haven: Yale University Art Gallery, Houston CIBA-GEIGY Collects: Aspects of Abstraction. Houston: Sewall Art Gallery, Rice University, Lincoln. Books By Piet Mondrian All Mondrian de à Les chemins de l'abstraction (RMN ARTS DU 20E EXPOSITIONS) Jan by Piet Mondrian Paperback. £ Correspondance (Art et artistes) Jan by Piet Mondrian.
A very succinct explaination on abstract art - provides use of colour, shapes, composition of themes and more importantly how to interpret abstract art.
Highly recommend this book for anyone interested in abstract art, a book not just for the painter but also great if you are a collector of abstract art/5(12). Piet Mondrian has 40 books on Goodreads with ratings. Piet Mondrian’s most popular book is Mondrian (Basic Art). Books by Piet Mondrian.
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The smooth, white walls of the church, the cool light, the clear contrast and balance of the dominant verticals and horizontals, and the unornamented Gothic forms, could lead one to invoke the name of Saenredam as a native ancestor of Mondrian’s abstract taste (as has been done by Jean Leymarie in his book, La Peinture Hollandaise, Skira.
is a tribute to Piet Mondrian, the Dutch abstract painter famous for his drawings of cubes and lines. This site contains a store and shop, as well as many links of interest. Books - Piet Mondrain - Dutch Abstract Painter, Cubism, Impressionism, Neo-Plasticism.This article, “The Meaning of Mondrian” () was the first in-depth study of Mondrian written in the United States.
[iii] The two artists became close friends; through Mondrian, von Wiegand re-kindled her interest in Theosophy, reading Madame Blavatsky’s famous book on the subject, The Secret Doctrine.In this long-awaited book, Marilyn Van Derbur, a former Miss America, tells the story of how she was sexually violated by her prominent, millionaire father from age 5 to age She was 53 years old before she was able to speak the words in public, "I am an incest survivor." She opened the door for tens of thousands of sexual abuse survivors to also speak the words, many for the first time.