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Movements in Art Since 1945 By Edward Lucie-Smith

Movements in Art Since 1945 by Edward Lucie-Smith

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An extensively revised and updated edition of this valuable account of contemporary art. It covers and illustrates all international trends and artists in the postwar era, including Neo-Expressionist tendencies, Post-Pop Blues, New Classicism, and art based on feminist and gay issues.

Movements in Art Since 1945 Summary

Movements in Art Since 1945 by Edward Lucie-Smith

This standard work on the arts since World War II has been substantially revised, expanded and redesigned. Eight new chapters and a new introduction cover and illustrate all the most recent international trends and artists: art in the USA from the 1970s; Neo-Expressionist tendencies; Post-Pop Blues; art based on feminist and gay issues; the new media of video and photography; and new Classicism in Russia, Italy and China. The book is as global in its reach as art has become in modern times, and includes the art of Latin America, Korea, India, Africa, China and Japan.

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Wide-ranging, dispassionate, omnicompetent.

About Edward Lucie-Smith

Edward Lucie-Smith is a well-known poet, biographer and writer on the visual arts. He has written more than sixty books about art, including Latin American Art of the 20th Century, American Realism and Sexuality in Western Art, all published by Thames & Hudson.

Additional information

GOR001436180
9780500203446
050020344X
Movements in Art Since 1945 by Edward Lucie-Smith
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Thames & Hudson Ltd
2001-05-01
304
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