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Título: Gwen John
Editorial: New Haven and London: Paul Mellon Centre/Yale University Press, 1987, New Haven and London
Año de publicación: 1987
Encuadernación: Publisher's Cloth
Condición del libro: Very Good
Condición de la sobrecubierta: Fine
Edición: 1st Edition
Publisher's Cloth. Very Good. 1. Qto. There is a small production fault: the top corner of the front pastedown has been guillotined off, the corresponding corner of the front free endpaper is creased, and again, the corresponding corner of the half title/frontispiece is creased and was clearly gummed down initially below the pastedown. It still has traces of the board, which can probably be patiently soaked off, but at least there is no loss of the corner. Basically, this is a fine copy but has the aforementioned minor production fault. N° de ref. de la librería 13805
From London in the 1890s to Paris in the early twentieth century, Gwen John's career spanned some of the most exciting periods and places in cultural history. Demolishing the myth of Gwen John (1876-1939) as a recluse, this new survey explores the art world at the center of these cities and reveals the alliances and differences the artist had with her contemporaries. John's representation of the female nude, her paintings of interiors, and the effects of her Catholic faith on her work are all considered. The author also discusses the key relationship between John's position as a woman artist and her fascination with the portrayal of the female sitter.
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