|提及的人：||Paul McCartney; Paul McCartney; Paul McCartney; Paul McCartney|
Paul McCartney; Brian Clarke; et al
|注意：||"A Bulfinch Press book."|
|描述：||146 p. : chiefly ill. (some col.), ports. ; 32 cm.|
|内容：||Foreword: Paul McCartney and the Courage to Get Lost / Brian Clarke --
Paul McCartney in Context / Julian Treuherz --
Exposure and Influences in the Paintings of Paul McCartney / Barry Miles --
From Line to Color--from Gesture to Picture / Wolfgang Suttner --
Interview: "I Don't Know --
It Looks Like a Couch" / Wolfgang Suttner --
Paul McCartney: Reverses and Other Advances / Christoph Tannert --
List of Photographs / Linda Mccartney.
|責任：||with essays by Brian Clarke ... [et al.] and an interview with Paul McCartney.|
"For more than seventeen years Paul McCartney has been a committed painter, finding in his work on canvas both a respite from the world and another outlet for his drive to create. His painting, like much of his life, has been a very private endeavor. In April 1999 he exhibited the work for the first time in Siegen, Germany, where it met with critical acclaim, which led to his decision to share the work through the publication of this volume." "Full of life and intense color, these paintings reveal McCartney's tremendous positive spirit as well as a visual sophistication and bold handling influenced by his friendship with Willem de Kooning. He carves, scratches, and sculpts the paint, creating complex and layered works. Faces abound in the paintings, from the many lovely abstract portraits of Linda McCartney to irreverent, affectionate portraits of the Queen of England. Humor plays against more somber imagery - masks and Celtic motifs - while his landscapes radiate a sense of place." "Beautifully designed and produced, the portfolio of paintings is accompanied by candid photographs by Linda McCartney of her husband in the studio. A collection of texts by contemporary critics and curators place the paintings within context, while a long and insightful interview allows McCartney's own voice to be heard. Frequent points of crossover between his music and visual explorations will intrigue those interested in the artistic process. Rarely is one able to find an artist working with such confidence and skill in such diverse media. All followers of McCartney's will be delighted to see these exuberant works unveiled and to experience this unexpected and accomplished expression of his creativity."--BOOK JACKET.