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Alberto Giacometti, 1901-1966

Author: Alberto GiacomettiToni StoossPatrick ElliottScottish National Gallery of Modern Art.Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain)All authors
Publisher: Edinburgh : National Galleries of Scotland, 1996.
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A giant of twentieth-century art, Alberto Giacometti (1901-1966) stands beside Picasso and Matisse as an artist who has defined the way our century is perceived, and alongside them as one of the few modern artists who have created sculpture, paintings and drawings with equal mastery. This lavishly illustrated book accompanies a major retrospective of Giacometti's work at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
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Giacometti, Alberto, 1901-1966.
Alberto Giacometti, 1901-1966.
Edinburgh : National Galleries of Scotland, 1996
(OCoLC)631988617
Named Person: Alberto Giacometti; Alberto Giacometti; Alberto Giacometti
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alberto Giacometti; Toni Stooss; Patrick Elliott; Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art.; Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain); Kunsthalle Wien.
ISBN: 0903598612 9780903598613
OCLC Number: 36239774
Notes: Published for the exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, 1 June-22 Sept. 1996; also held at the Kunsthalle Vienna 24 Feb.-5 May, 1996 and the Royal Academy of Arts, London, 9 Oct. 1996-1 Jan. 1997.
Description: 192 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 30 cm
Contents: Alberto Giacometti in Vienna and Edinburgh --
Alberto Giacometti: An Introduction / Patrick Elliott --
Giacometti's Paintings / Valerie J. Fletcher --
'Drawing is the Basis of All the Arts', or: Is Drawing Really the Basis of Giacometti's Art? / Reinhold Hohl --
Giacometti: Artist and Revolutionary / Casimiro Di Crescenzo --
Alberto at Work / James Lord --
Catalogue / Patrick Elliott.
Other Titles: Giacometti
Responsibility: Toni Stooss and Patrick Elliott [exhibition curators].

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A giant of twentieth-century art, Alberto Giacometti (1901-1966) stands beside Picasso and Matisse as an artist who has defined the way our century is perceived, and alongside them as one of the few modern artists who have created sculpture, paintings and drawings with equal mastery. This lavishly illustrated book accompanies a major retrospective of Giacometti's work at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh. The two hundred and forty-one works in the.

Exhibition include many of Giacometti's greatest and best-known pieces, as well as rarely-seen Surrealist sculptures and previously unrecorded works. All are reproduced - eighty as full page colour plates. The fully illustrated essays, written by some of the world's leading Giacometti scholars, bring together remarkable new research and make this book an invaluable introduction to the artist's life and work.

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