The Art Prophets: The Artists, Dealers, and Tastemakers Who by Richard Polsky
By Richard Polsky
Within the paintings Prophets, Richard Polsky introduces us to influential overdue twentieth-century purchasers and tastemakers within the artwork international. those danger takers opened doorways for artists, pointed out new events, and resurrected artwork types that had fallen into obscurity. during this specified journey, Polsky deals an insightful and fascinating conversation among artists and the visionaries who paved their way.
Table of contents
Ivan Karp and dad Art
Stan Lee and comedian e-book Art
Chet Helms, invoice Graham, and the paintings of the Poster
John Ollman and Outsider Art
Joshua Baer and local American Art
Virginia Dwan and Earthworks
Tod Volpe and Ceramics
Jeffrey Fraenkel and Photography
Louis Meisel and Photorealism
Tony Shafrazi and highway Art
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