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Max Beckmann

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Beckmann (Modern Masters Series, Vol. 19)
by Peter Selz
Paperback - 128 pages
Abbeville Press, Inc.; ISBN: 0789201194

Max Beckmann : Self-Portrait in Words : Selected Writings and Statements, 1903-1950
by Max Beckmann, et al
(Hardcover) 

On My Painting
by Max Beckmann, et al
(Paperback) 

Max Beckmann (Modern Masters Series, Vol. 19)
by Peter H. Selz
(Hardcover)
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Max Beckmann
by Max Beckmann, Sean Rainbird (Editor)
(Hardcover) 

Max Beckmann and the Self (Pegasus Library)
by Sister Wendy Beckett
Book Description: As original as he was prolific, German artist Max Beckmann produced nearly a thousand works in a career that spanned two world wars. This beautifully produced volume uses Beckmannís own words as an introduction to the artistís creative expression and his unwavering search for the self.

Beckmann struggled throughout his life to define his identity through his paintings. He started out as an ambitious and self-confident young artist, went through a horrific stint as a medical orderly in World War I, and then became an exile in Holland and the United States. Through her careful analyses of more than fifty works, Sister Wendy illuminates Beckmannís use of symbolism as well as the strong thematic strains of his paintings and triptychs. The artistís bold use of color and line are in brilliant evidence in numerous full-color reproductions, and an extensive biography as well as several photographs offer additional insight into this strong creative presence who never failed to challenge himself or his audience with his art.
(Paperback) 
 
 
 

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