Philip Guston, 1975-1980: Private and Public Battles
The paintings included in this volume are a visual journal of Guston's concerns and conflicts in his last five years. The large-scale canvases he created highlight both his private struggle in the studio and his public meditations on war and aggression. The authors' contributions are followed by a r
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