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Art Made Modern: Roger Fry's Vision of Art (edição: 1999)
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Art Made Modern: Roger Fry's Vision of Art de Christopher Green
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"The leading critic of contemporary art writing in English in the first half of the twentieth century, Roger Fry defined what made art modern in Britain and America. It was Fry who coined the term "Post-Impressionism" and created a sensation in London with two shows of the new art from France in 1910 and 1912." "This book brings together and reveals the interplay of all the elements of Fry's personality and influence, examining the formation of his views, his relationship with other critics, his art historical and museum activity, the ideals of the Omega design workshop he founded, his own paintings and collaborative murals and his views of the 'primitive' children's art, non-Western art, paleolithic art. Most importantly, this book also illustrates Roger Fry's own canon: the paintings, sculptures and artefacts with which Fry became involved, from Cezanne, Matisse and Picasso to Byzantine medallions, African art and Botticelli."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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