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Raphael Soyer,

Author: Raphael Soyer; Lloyd Goodrich
Publisher: New York, H.N. Abrams [1972]
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Named Person: Raphael Soyer; Raphael Soyer; Raphael Soyer
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Raphael Soyer; Lloyd Goodrich
ISBN: 0810904861 9780810904866
OCLC Number: 524034
Description: 349 pages illustrations (some color) 39 cm
Contents: Childhood in Russia. Coming to America. Study of art. Painting of the 1920s. Exhibitions and sales; the Whitney Studio Club and the Daniel Gallery. Marriage. Works of the early 1930s; women in interiors; sense of character; intimacy. Maturing of style; light and color --
Depression of the 1930s. Political sympathies. Social subjects; the east side and it derelicts; Mr. Broe. Realism. Street scenes with women shoppers and working girls. Exhibitions, awards, critical reception. Printmaking. Artist friends and portraits. Self-portraits --
Single figures of women, late 1940s and 1950s: psychological content. Drawings of the nude. Pictures of pregnant women. Paintings of women's occupations; dancers, dressmakers. More complex compositions; three dimensional design; command of interior space. Soyer's belief in representational art and human content. Editing reality --
New developments in subjects, design and color. "Farewell to Lincoln Square." Paintings of the female nude --
"Melancholia II." Travels abroad; studies of the old masters. Books by Soyer. "Homage to Thomas Eakins." --
"Village East Street scene." --
Paintings of women, late 1960 and 1970s. "Á Watteau." "Avenue of the Americas."
Responsibility: by Lloyd Goodrich.

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