Oskar Kokoschka, Volume 1991, Part 2

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Prestel, 1991 - Art - 227 pages
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Kokoschka's unique contribution to the history of twentieth century art is becoming ever more apparent. This monograph contains a broad selection of Kokoschka's finest paintings, in all genres and from all periods of the artist's remarkably long and productive career, including his lesser known but no less significant later works.

Each of the beautifully reproduced plates in the volume is accompanied by an informative commentary, indicating the place of the work in Kokoschka's development and elucidating its content. Individual essays by experts discuss each phase of the artist's career.

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Oskar Kokoschka, 1886-1980: [exhibition] Tate Gallery

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Reappraisals of Kokoschka's painting fit in well now with major exhibitions on fin de siecle Viennese art in Europe and the United States. Based on an exhibition that originated at the Tate Gallery ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
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Edwin Lachnit Man Has Two Eyes
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Edwin Lachnit The Power of Images 3 7
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