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Transatlantic Avant-Garde: American Artists in Paris, 1918-1939 - Sophie Levy,  Christian Derouet,  Emmanuelle de L'Ecotais,  Bronwyn Griffith,  Janine Mileaf,  Jocelyne Rotily,  Kenneth E Silver,  Gail Stavitsky,
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2015, ISBN: 9780520242074

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HEINEMANN A NEAR FINE FIRST NO DJ.. Book. FIRST. Fine., HEINEMANN, University of Oklahoma Press, Norman: 2015. Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. A true American hero who earned a Purple Heart, a Bronze Star, and a Congressional Gold Medal, Brummett Echohawk was also a Pawnee on the European battlefields of World War II. He used the Pawnee language and counted coup as his grandfather had done during the Indian wars of the previous century. This first book-length biography depicts Echohawk as a soldier, painter, writer, humorist, and actor profoundly shaped by his Pawnee heritage and a man who refused to be pigeonholed as an "Indian artist." Through his formative war service in the 45th Infantry Division (known as the Thunderbirds), Echohawk strove to prove himself both a patriot and a true Pawnee warrior. Pawnee history, culture, and spiritual belief inspired his courageous conduct and bolstered his confidence that he would return home. Echohawk's career as an artist began with combat sketches published under such titles as "Death Shares a Ditch at Bloody Anzio." His portraits of Allied and enemy soldiers, some of which appeared in the Detroit Free Press in 1944, included drawings of men from all over the world, among them British infantrymen, Gurkhas, and a Japanese American soldier. After the war, without relying on the GI Bill, Echohawk studied at the Art Institute of Chicago for three years. His persistence paid off, leading to work as a staff artist for several Chicago newspapers. Echohawk was also a humorist whose prodigious output includes published cartoons and several parodies of famous paintings, such as a Mona Lisa wearing a headband, turquoise ring, and beaded necklace. Featuring eight of Echohawk's paintings in full color, this thoroughly researched biography shows how one unusual man succeeded in American Indian and mainstream cultures. World War II aficionados will marvel at Echohawk's military feats, and American art enthusiasts will appreciate a body of work characterized by deep historical research, an eye for beauty, and a unique ability to capture tribal humor. 8 color and 11 black-and-white Illustrations, 1 map, 224 pages, 6.125" x 9.25". Kristin M. Youngbull holds a Ph.D. in history from Arizona State University. "Brummett Echohawk is a study in heroism. Today many hunger for real American heroes; this book helps fill that void. It chronicles the remarkable life of a great OklahomanÑa Pawnee Indian who stepped out of obscurity onto the battlefields of World War II, then went on to become a nationally known artist, writer, actor, and public speaker. We can all be inspired by this beautifully written account." ÑWalter R. Echo-Hawk, author of In The Courts of the Conqueror and In The Light of Justice., University of Oklahoma Press, Norman: 2015, University of California Press, February 2004. Trade Paperback. Used - Very Good. This landmark book is the first to capture the diversity of American artistic production of the interwar period in Paris. Assembling works from American and European collections to illustrate the presence of American artists at the heart of numerous avant-garde movements, including Purism, geometric abstraction, and surrealism, 'A Transatlantic Avant-Garde 'chronicles an uncertain time of transition when many American artists resisted the nationalist trends of Stieglitz and his circle and flooded the French capital seeking artistic exchange. <BR>Abundantly illustrated, this book includes over 200 color reproductions of artwork by both American artists and those European artists with whom they came in contact, including Alexander Calder, Stuart Davis, Charles Demuth, Albert Eugene Gallatin, Jean Helion, and Fernand Leger, as well as those from the surrealist circles, such as Joseph Cornell, Marcel Duchamp, and Man Ray. It also includes portraits of the illustrious characters by Berenice Abbott, Lee Miller, and Edward Steichen. <BR>This book reflects the transatlantic dialogue of the era by bringing together groundbreaking research in eight essays by both American and French authors. It is further enriched by a detailed chronology, bibliography, and illustrated insets that trace the incessant travel, encounters and ensuing friendships, exhibitions and publications of the American avant-garde. <BR>'A Transatlantic Avant-Garde: American Artists in Paris, 1918-1939 'accompanies a major traveling exhibition organized by the Musee d'Art Americain Giverny. An exploration of the dynamic artistic relationships between France and the United States during the inter-war period, featuring essayists from both sides of the Atlantic. Very nice clean, tight copy free of any marks., University of California Press

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[EAN: 9780520242074], Neubuch, [PU: University of California Press; Musée d'Art Américain Giverny, Berkeley and Giverny], COLLECTIBLE, History|Americas (North, Central, South, West Indies), Art|Criticism, Art|History|General, Social Science|General, 263 pp., illus. (some col.), ports., biblio., index; 30 cm. Catalogue of an exhibition held at Musée d'Art Américain Giverny, France, Aug. 31-Nov. 30, 2003; Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, Wash., Dec. 18, 2003-Mar. 28, 2004; and Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, April 17 to June 27, 2004. BRAND NEW. OVERSIZE! No priority/air, except by special arrangement. "This landmark book is the first to capture the diversity of American artistic production of the interwar period in Paris. Assembling works from American and European collections to illustrate the presence of American artists at the heart of numerous avant-garde movements, including Purism, geometric abstraction, and surrealism, A Transatlantic Avant-Garde chronicles an uncertain time of transition when many American artists resisted the nationalist trends of Stieglitz and his circle and flooded the French capital seeking artistic exchange. Abundantly illustrated, this book includes over 200 color reproductions of artwork by both American artists and those European artists with whom they came in contact, including Alexander Calder, Stuart Davis, Charles Demuth, Albert Eugene Gallatin, Jean Hélion, and Fernand Léger, as well as those from the surrealist circles, such as Joseph Cornell, Marcel Duchamp, and Man Ray. It also includes portraits of the illustrious characters by Berenice Abbott, Lee Miller, and Edward Steichen. This book reflects the transatlantic dialogue of the era by bringing together groundbreaking research in eight essays by both American and French authors. It is further enriched by a detailed chronology, bibliography, and illustrated insets that trace the incessant travel, encounters and ensuing friendships, exhibitions and publications of the American avant-garde. A Transatlantic Avant-Garde: American Artists in Paris, 1918-1939 accompanies a major traveling exhibition organized by the Musée d'Art Américain Giverny. / Sophie Lévy is Chief Curator of the Musée d'Art Américain Giverny." - Publisher. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

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University of California Press, February 2004. Trade Paperback. Used - Very Good. This landmark book is the first to capture the diversity of American artistic production of the interwar period in Paris. Assembling works from American and European collections to illustrate the presence of American artists at the heart of numerous avant-garde movements, including Purism, geometric abstraction, and surrealism, 'A Transatlantic Avant-Garde 'chronicles an uncertain time of transition when many American artists resisted the nationalist trends of Stieglitz and his circle and flooded the French capital seeking artistic exchange. <BR>Abundantly illustrated, this book includes over 200 color reproductions of artwork by both American artists and those European artists with whom they came in contact, including Alexander Calder, Stuart Davis, Charles Demuth, Albert Eugene Gallatin, Jean Helion, and Fernand Leger, as well as those from the surrealist circles, such as Joseph Cornell, Marcel Duchamp, and Man Ray. It also includes portraits of the illustrious characters by Berenice Abbott, Lee Miller, and Edward Steichen. <BR>This book reflects the transatlantic dialogue of the era by bringing together groundbreaking research in eight essays by both American and French authors. It is further enriched by a detailed chronology, bibliography, and illustrated insets that trace the incessant travel, encounters and ensuing friendships, exhibitions and publications of the American avant-garde. <BR>'A Transatlantic Avant-Garde: American Artists in Paris, 1918-1939 'accompanies a major traveling exhibition organized by the Musee d'Art Americain Giverny. An exploration of the dynamic artistic relationships between France and the United States during the inter-war period, featuring essayists from both sides of the Atlantic. Very nice clean, tight copy free of any marks., University of California Press

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This landmark book is the first to capture the diversity of American artistic production of the interwar period in Paris. Assembling works from American and European collections to illustrate the presence of American artists at the heart of numerous avant-garde movements, including Purism, geometric abstraction, and surrealism, A Transatlantic Avant-Garde chronicles an uncertain time of transition when many American artists resisted the nationalist trends of Stieglitz and his circle and flooded the French capital seeking artistic exchange.Abundantly illustrated, this book includes over 200 color reproductions of artwork by both American artists and those European artists with whom they came in contact, including Alexander Calder, Stuart Davis, Charles Demuth, Albert Eugene Gallatin, Jean H?lion, and Fernand L?ger, as well as those from the surrealist circles, such as Joseph Cornell, Marcel Duchamp, and Man Ray. It also includes portraits of the illustrious characters by Berenice Abbott, Lee Miller, and Edward Steichen.This book reflects the transatlantic dialogue of the era by bringing together groundbreaking research in eight essays by both American and French authors. It is further enriched by a detailed chronology, bibliography, and illustrated insets that trace the incessant travel, encounters and ensuing friendships, exhibitions and publications of the American avant-garde.A Transatlantic Avant-Garde: American Artists in Paris, 1918 americas,art history,arts music and photography,criticism,history,history and criticism,humanities,textbooks Arts, Music & Photography, University of California Press

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Dieser Band präsentiert die Vielfältigkeit amerikanischer Kunstproduktion zwischen den Weltkriegen. Während dieser unsicheren Umbruchsphase haben sich unzählige amerikanische Künstler den nationalistischen Tendenzen von Stieglitz und seinem Kreis widersetzt und die französische Hauptstadt geflutet, um dort künstlerischen Austausch zu finden. Diese wichtige Publikation vereint Arbeiten von amerikanischen und europäischen Sammlungen, um die Präsenz amerikanischer Künstler im Herzen unzähliger Avantgardebewegungen wie z.B. dem Purismus, der geometrischen Abstraktion oder dem Surrealismus. Das Buch beinhaltet mehr als 200 Farbabbildungen von Werken amerikanischer Künstler und von den europäischen Künstlern, mit denen sie in Kontakt gekommen sind, wie z.B. Alexander Calder, Stuart Davis, Charles Demuth, Albert Eugene Gallatin, Jean Hélion und Fernand Léger sowie Joseph Cornell, Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray u.a. (Text engl.), DE, [SC: 4.99], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 30 x 23 cm, 263 S., zahlr. farbige Abb., pb., Banküberweisung, offene Rechnung, Lastschrift, Kreditkarte, Interntationaler Versand, [PU: University of California Press]

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A Transatlantic Avant-Garde: American Artists in Paris, 1918-1939

An exploration of the dynamic artistic relationships between France and the United States during the inter-war period, featuring essayists from both sides of the Atlantic.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780520242074
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0520242076
Hardcover
Paperback
Publishing year: 2004
Publisher: UNIV OF CALIFORNIA PR
263 Pages
Weight: 1,637 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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