Jim Lutes: Paintings and Drawings, 1995-2008

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Barry Blinderman
University Galleries of Illinois State University, 2009 - Art - 72 pages
Critic David Pagel has described Chicago-based artist Jim Lutes' paintings as existing in the "netherworld between intention and accident, spontaneity and formula." This monograph provides a survey of Lutes' paintings and drawings since the mid-1990s. In these works he interweaves photographically derived imagery with networks of gestural marks, using egg tempera, oils and encaustic in various combinations.

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Contents

Jim Lutes and the secret identity crisis of painting Terry R Myers
1946
Grooving in Analog What the Paintings Sound Like Barry Blinderman 17 Paintings
1952
Telephone Pages Drawings 2008
1993

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