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Rifts in the Visible (Felures Dans Le Visible)
Inge Israel
0921870450
February 1997
Paperback
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Language Notes
Text: English, French


The Impact of Chaim Soutine
Esti Dunow
3775791035
Jan 2002
Hardcover
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About the Author
Chaim Soutine was born in Lithuania in 1893. He turned to art despite the opposition of his orthodox Jewish family, and moved to Paris to study art when he was 20. He spent time in Ceret, the town in the French Pyrenees where the Cubists had lived before World War II, and also in Cagnes, but eventually moved back to Paris, where he died in 1943.


Graphics by Flo: Imaginative Drawings of People and Animals
Florence Singer
1881539229
January 1998
Paperback
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The Paintings of Our Lives: Poems
Grace Schulman
0618086226
February 2001
Hardcover
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From Library Journal
Poetry readers fond of New York City will be drawn to the work of Schulman (The Paintings of Our Lives). A widely published poet and critic, professor of English at Baruch College, poetry editor of the Nation, and former director of the 92nd Street Y Poetry Center, Schulman is a native New Yorker acutely conscious of the layers of history that haunt her beloved neighborhoods. A ballad about an immigrant grandfather's home turf on the Lower East Side also touches upon Walt Whitman's expeditions to a synagogue there and Henry James's excursions in the West Village ("Footsteps on Lower Broadway"). A more recent sonnet sequence is a melancholy tribute to the poet's deceased mother, whose possessions from jewelry to a piano signify a vanishing world whose relics sadly encumber the present. Art and faith are Schulman's...


The Paintings of Our Lives: Poems
Grace Schulman
0618154655
February 2002
Paperback
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From Library Journal
Poetry readers fond of New York City will be drawn to the work of Schulman (The Paintings of Our Lives). A widely published poet and critic, professor of English at Baruch College, poetry editor of the Nation, and former director of the 92nd Street Y Poetry Center, Schulman is a native New Yorker acutely conscious of the layers of history that haunt her beloved neighborhoods. A ballad about an immigrant grandfather's home turf on the Lower East Side also touches upon Walt Whitman's expeditions to a synagogue there and Henry James's excursions in the West Village ("Footsteps on Lower Broadway"). A more recent sonnet sequence is a melancholy tribute to the poet's deceased mother, whose possessions from jewelry to a piano signify a vanishing world whose relics sadly encumber the present. Art and faith are Schulman's...

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