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Modernism's masculine subjects : Matisse, the New York school and post-painterly abstraction

Author: Marcia Brennan
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. ; London, Eng. : MIT Press, 2004.
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How postwar abstract modernist paintings came to be seen as metaphorical embodiments of masculine selfhood; an examination of the critical discourse surrounding the work of Matisse, de Kooning,  Read more...

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Named Person: Willem De Kooning; Lee Krasner; Henri Matisse; Kenneth Noland; Jackson Pollock; Henri Matisse; Clement Greenberg; Willem de Kooning; Jackson Pollock; Lee Krasner; Helen Frankenthaler; Morris Louis; Kenneth Noland; Willem De Kooning; Henri Matisse; Jackson Pollock
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Marcia Brennan
ISBN: 026202571X 9780262025713 9780262524681 0262524686
OCLC Number: 54529079
Description: xi, 213 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: A "straight theory" of bourgeois pleasure in later modernist painting --
Still lifes and centerfolds : the negation of the feminine in Greenberg's reading of Matisse --
Fragmented bodies and canonical nudes : painting and reading de Kooning's Woman series --
Pollock and Krasner : touching and transcending the boundaries of abstract expressionism --
How formalism lost its body but kept its gender : Frankenthaler, Louis, and Noland in the sixties.
Responsibility: Marcia Brennan.
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"In this book Marcia Brennan extends her acute analysis of American art criticism and theory into the 1950s and 60s. She grapples tenaciously with the language, imagery, and rhetorical strategies of Read more...

 
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