Stuart Davis by Philip Rylands
Accompanying the only American showing of an exhibition devoted to the painter Stuart Davis (1892-1964) at Washington’s National Museum of American Art during the summer of 1998, this publication offers a fresh look at the quintessential American painter of the early modern period. An aficionado of jazz who experimented with improvisational composition, Davis created, in the 1920s and 1930s, a spirited American variant of Picasso’s and Braque’s synthetic cubism and anticipated key elements of pop art. Essayists include leading American scholars of Davis’s work and jazz critic Ben Sidran.
DJ has normal shelf wear. Book is in excellent condition.
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