By Rachael Z. DeLue
Rachael Z. DeLue rejects the normal assumption that Dove can purely be understood when it comes to his nature work and organization with photographer and gallerist Alfred Stieglitz and his circle. in its place, she uncovers deep and complicated connections among Dove’s paintings and his global, together with avant-garde literature, renowned tune, meteorology, arithmetic, aviation, and global battle II. Arthur Dove also deals the 1st sustained account of Dove’s Dadaesque multimedia initiatives and the 1st explorations of his animal imagery and the function of humor in his artwork. fantastically illustrated with works from all sessions of Dove’s occupation, this booklet offers a brand new imaginative and prescient of 1 of America’s so much cutting edge and pleasing artists—and reimagines how the tale of contemporary artwork within the usa can be told.
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