The Unpicturelikeness of Pollock, Soutine and Others: Selected Writings and Talks by Louis Finkelstein
Book includes transcripts of talks given under the auspices of the Modern Master Series at New York's Studio School (a revisionary view on Pollock and on the logic of Soutine) and articles published in leading art periodicals. The articles include: Thoughts About Painterly; On the Unpicturelikenes of Our Seeing among others. Also included are 50 reproductions referencing the writings.
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Thoughts about Painterly
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2007 The Pollock-Krasner abstract Abstract-Expressionism Abstract-Expressionist activity actual all-over Artists Rights Society beautiful brushstrokes called Ceret Cezanne Chaim Soutine characteristics coherence completely consciousness Cubism Diego Velazquez distinction drawing dynamic Earl Kerkam elements esthetic experience feeling figure Finkelstein focus formal Franz Kline Geodesic geometric gestures Guston imagery impulse intention involved Jackson Pollock Joan Mitchell kind Landscape look Louis Louis Finkelstein Louis's meaning Mercedes Matter Monet movement moving Museum of Art Museum of Modern Number objects Oil on canvas painter painterly particular Paul Cezanne perception perspective Philip Guston Philip Pearlstein physical pictorial picture plane plastic Pollock-Krasner Foundation principle psychological Rackstraw Downes reading relations Rembrandt rhythmic scheme sense sensuous simply Soutine's space spatial specific spontaneous Studio School style stylistic surface symbolizing talk thematic theme there's thing transformation tree unity Untitled Velazquez vision visual volume whole Willem de Kooning York