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Franz Marc Libro EPUB, PDF

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  • Título Original: Franz Marc
  • Autor del libro: Mark Lawrence Rosenthal
  • ISBN: 978-3791330945
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:160
  • Realese fecha:2008-01-06
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Franz Marc por Mark Lawrence Rosenthal Libro PDF, EPUB

Now available in paperback, this overview of a brief but brilliant career focuses on the symbolic poignancy of Franz Marc's paintings and his underlying vision of a world populated largely by animals. Before his tragic death at Verdun in 1916, Franz Marc made an enormous contribution to German Expressionist painting. A co-founder with Wassily Kandinsky of the Blue Rider Gr Now available in paperback, this overview of a brief but brilliant career focuses on the symbolic poignancy of Franz Marc's paintings and his underlying vision of a world populated largely by animals. Before his tragic death at Verdun in 1916, Franz Marc made an enormous contribution to German Expressionist painting. A co-founder with Wassily Kandinsky of the Blue Rider Group, Marc and his fellow artists sought to make sense of the destruction around them through symbolism and abstraction. The curator of America's first exhibition of Marc's paintings, Marc Rosenthal offers penetrating insight into the artist's transcendent paintings, in which feelings of despair and exaltation are brought to life through images of animals, landscapes, and pure abstraction. Seventy-one full-color plates demonstrate the brilliant tones and bold style that characterize Marc's work. The accompanying text provides an important biographical perspective and critical appraisal of one of the most significant artists to emerge amid the chaos of early twentieth century Europe.