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Christopher Le Brun.

Author: Christopher Le Brun
Publisher: London : Booth-Clibborn Editions, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"By his own definition, Le Brun himself is "the subject" of this monograph, which draws on his key works to date. A definitive account of the artist's achievements, it also presents us with a strong sense of work in progress from an artist who is still evolving. Le Brun, who cites influences as diverse as Mallarme, Delacroix and Guston, helped to set the pace for a fresh attack in painting from the early eighties  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Lebrun, Christopher.
Christopher Le Brun.
London : Booth-Clibborn Editions, ©2001
(OCoLC)653446553
Named Person: Christopher Le Brun; Christopher Le Brun; Christopher @Le Brun; Christopher Lebrun
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher Le Brun
ISBN: 1861541252 9781861541253
OCLC Number: 48537935
Description: 317 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 34 cm
Contents: Red notebook 1973 --
Christopher Le Brun / Charles Saumarez Smith --
A new safety curtain for Covent Garden by Christopher Le Brun / Bryan Robertson --
Berlin 1987 --
The Tower Engulfer, 1989 --
Notes for Pasadena interview --
The Muse paintings 1990-93 --
Wagner 1992-97 --
Der Ring des Nibelungen --
The Parables 1996-96 --
Christopher Le Brun and Bryan Robertson: a conversation --
Sculpture 1995-2001 --
The motif is not the subject / Norbert Lynton.

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"By his own definition, Le Brun himself is "the subject" of this monograph, which draws on his key works to date. A definitive account of the artist's achievements, it also presents us with a strong sense of work in progress from an artist who is still evolving. Le Brun, who cites influences as diverse as Mallarme, Delacroix and Guston, helped to set the pace for a fresh attack in painting from the early eighties onwards with his startling explorations of classical subject matter." "This is the first major survey of Le Brun's work and includes commissioned paintings, prints, sculpture, and drawings, together with documentary images of studio interiors and notebooks in facsimile. It combines the classic monograph with an artist's perspective to produce a new hybrid, and a unique insight into the creative process."--BOOK JACKET.

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