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Karel Appel: Pastorale Chiaroscuro
Rudi Fuchs
9056622188
August 2001
Paperback
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Book Description
The Dutch born artist Karel Appel is unquestionalby one of the most influential artists of the 20th-century. This catalogue of an exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum shows that he is still going strong: it presents a large selection of the artist's paintings, sculptures, and works on paper from the last ten years. English/Dutch Essays by Jean Fremon, Rudi Fuchs and Johannes Gachnang. 96 color and 48 b&w. 12.25 x 9.5 in.


Psychopathological Art, 1948-1950
Karel Appel
3906127524
Feb 1998
Hardcover
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Psychopathological Notebook: Drawings and Gouaches 1948-1950
Karel Appel
3906127575
September 1999
Paperback
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Amsterdam Medical Center Art Book
Sabrina Kamstra (Editor)
9053566236
July 2004
Hardcover
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Book Description
An art collector who was a patient at the Amsterdam Medical Center once expressed his gratitude with a donation of several works of art, the seed for the extraordinary modern art collection that now flourishes at the Amsterdam Medical Center. Since it began seriously cultivating its art collection in the 1980s, the Center has amassed approximately 5,000 works by Dutch and Dutch-resident artists.

The Amsterdam Medical Center Art Book is an extraordinary showcase of the Center’s rich and diverse collection, which focuses on Dutch art from the 1950s through the 1970s. The book highlights several stunning examples within the collection of such benchmark art movements as CoBrA, Mixed Media Art, Zero Art, and New Figuration. Other fascinating pieces featured in the book were created by...


Karel Appel
Karel Appel
808902517X
Mar 2006
Hardcover
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Book Description
No discussion of postwar Dutch art--or postwar European art--is complete without mentioning Karel Appel, whom many consider Holland's most important painter. Appel attended the Academy of Arts in Amsterdam from 1940 to 1943, and then bided his time painting landscapes and portraits in an era when artists were forbidden to buy materials or exhibit unless they joined the German ìChamber of Culture.î After the liberation, as reproductions of works by Picasso and others began to find their way to Holland, Appel rebelled against his studio training, founded several avant garde groups (including Cobra), and then moved to Paris. Years of travel and experimentation with subjects, colors and materials, left him with a close relationship to the American art community and studios all over the world. Appel is a sculptor...


Atelier Del Bosco Di Villa Medici
Laura Cherrubini
8881582139
March 2000
Paperback
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Cobra: Last Avant-Garde Movement of the 20th Century
Willemijn Stokvis
0853318980
May 2004
Paperback
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Dimensioni Dell'uomo
Jan Teeuwisse
8870383237

Paperback
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