Modern art and the Romantic vision
In Modern Art and the Romantic Vision, Deniz Tekiner describes several prominent features of German Romanticism and explores the presence of these features in later art forms including French Symbolist art, the early abstract art of Mondrian and Kandinsky, Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism, Pop art, and Earthworks. Stimulating and insightful, this book will appeal to anyone interested in the intellectual foundations of modern art.
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French Symbolism and Early Abstract Art
Surrealism and Abstract Expressionism
Pop art and Postmodernism
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