The Thames and Hudson Dictionary of Art and Artists

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Herbert Read, Nikos Stangos
Thames and Hudson, 1994 - Art - 384 pages
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International and up-to-date, this extensively illustrated and copiously cross-referenced dictionary covers over 2500 artists, paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, schools and movements, including essential information on contemporary art and artists, not available elsewhere, and on techniques, materials, terms, and writers who have influenced artists. This indispensable source book has now been extensively revised, supplemented and updated with over 200 new entries. 426 illus.

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Sir Herbert Edward Read, (1893–1968) was an English anarchist poet, and critic of literature and art. He was one of the earliest English writers to take notice of existentialism, and was strongly influenced by proto-existentialist thinker Max Stirner.

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