An Art of Our Own: The Spiritual in Twentieth-Century Art

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Shambhala Publications, Incorporated, 1988 - Art - 518 pages
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Discusses the work of Mondrian, Klee, Kandinski, Picasso, Braque, Matisse, Rothko, and O'Keeffe

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An art of our own: the spiritual in twentieth-century art

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This is a book about visual art written for the nonvisual person by an apparently nonvisual person. Former philosophy professor, noted for his biographical work on his mentor Ananda K. Coormaraswamy ... Read full review

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I didn't know much about modern art when I started this book. It was a nice introduction. I can now recognize about a dozen artists' names and know that they belonged to various threads in modern art movements. Read full review

Contents

A Religious ArtSometimes
20
Early Guides
29
Wassily Kandinsky in the Years
40
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Roger Lipsey earned a Ph.D. in the history of art at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. A director of the parent company that publishes the journal Parabola, he has written on art and spirituality for many years. He is the author of The Spiritual in Twentieth Century Art. He lives in Garrison, New York.

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