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Robert Kipniss

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This beautifully illustrated volume comprehensively explores the art and life of artist Robert Kipness. His work echoes his emphasis on the journey, not the destination, and his paintings allow the viewer a window into that journey. 156 colour illustrations

Robert Kipniss

Author : Richard J. Boyle
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Robert Kipniss: Paintings 1950-2005 presents the first comprehensive investigation of the artist's painting, from the distinctive and original style found in his earliest works, to those of the 1970s and 1980s when he was consolidating and refining his visual vocabulary, to the recent achievements of a mature artist. Texts by E. John Bullard, Richard J. Boyle, and Kipniss himself introduce us to an artist with an intensely independent vision and methodology, as well as to his process and inspirations, and the profound impact his art has on viewers. This volume is a companion publication to Robert Kipniss: Intaglios 1982-2004 (Hudson Hills Press, 2004).

Robert Kipniss

Author : Robert Kipniss
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A successful working artist relates his passion for life and art

The Pen Ultimate Word

Author : Alison Armstrong
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Alison Armstrong’s involvement with Anglo-Irish literature has resulted in a literary cooking, The Joyce of Cooking (Station Hill Press, 1986) and a volume of textual scholarship, “The Herne’s Egg” by W.B. Yeats: the Manuscript Materials (Cornell University Press, 1993). Her essays, stories, poetry, and reviews have appeared in various publications, including American Arts Quarterly, BOMB, Exquisite Corpse, Sea Kayaker, Notre Dame Review, PN Review. Recent titles published with Xlibris are Gazelle: 9 Monologues (2017; 2018), Pentimenti: Selected Memoirs (2018), Healing Fictions: Assorted Essays on Literature & Art (2018), and Two Fables (2020). She teaches in the Humanities Department at School of Visual Arts in Manhattan.

Evolving Forms emerging Faces

Author : T. Victoria Hansen
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Modern Wittenberg

Author : William A. Kinnison
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Whatever happened to America's small, private, residential, undergraduate, Liberal Arts Colleges? Will they survive the present contest with pragmatic publicly supported community colleges and the secular mega universities? The story of Wittenberg, one of the best of Ohio's many good Liberal Arts Colleges, provides answers to such questions. It looks at this critical period in their history giving hope that the very best of them will prosper. They are an endangered national resource that should be preserved and no more of them are being started. The book is written both for the casual reader and for historians and professional educators.

American Printmakers of the Twentieth Century

Author : Donald E. Smith
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Art Book News Annual volume 4 2008Art Book News Annual volume 4 2008

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Arts Magazine

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The Graphic Work

Author : Robert Kipniss
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