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John Richardson, Marilyn McCully. It's interesting how John Richardson sees Picasso as the incarnation of Baudelaire's 'the Painter of Modern Life'.
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John Richardson moves his focus around to see Picasso's life from many angles, much like a. .Surprisingly, the weakest part of the book comes in its discussion of Picasso's Cubism per se which gets surprisingly short shift after he shifted into synthetic Cubism.
John Richardson moves his focus around to see Picasso's life from many angles, much like a Cubist painting deconstructs reality into two dimensions representing all sides. There is fine balance in his portrayal so that no element gets out of proportion. The scholarship involved with showing the connections between Picasso's lovers and his art during those years is most interesting, filled with many details I had not run across before. I expected a lengthy description of the developments in that work.
John Richardson: Picasso, Leben und Werk, in 4 Bd. Hld, B., 1907-1917. John Richardson, Marilyn McCully: A Life of Picasso: The Triumphant Years, 1917-1932 (Vol 3). Alfred A. Knopf, New York 2007, ISBN 978-0-307-26665-1. Kindler, München 1997, ISBN 3-463-40143-6. John Richardson, The Sorcerer's Apprentice Picasso, Provence, And Douglas Cooper (1999). Richardson, John (1999). The Sorcerer's Apprentice: Picasso, Provence, und Douglas Cooper. Richardson, John; Richardson, Brenda (2009). Warhol from the Sonnabend Collection.
Пользовательский отзыв - Kirkus. Richardson's engrossing second volume on Picasso lays bare the inceptions of Cubism, bringing to life the decadent milieu that surrounded the virile master who transformed the course of 20th- century. The currently revival of interest in Picasso's life and work goes beyond the art world. Though he may benefit from current interest in his subject, Richardson's work is no trendy undertaking.
John Richardson was born in 1924. He studied art at the Slade School but soon gave up painting for art criticism. In 1949 he moved to Provence, where he helped the collector Douglas Cooper transform the Château de Castille near Avignon into a private museum of cubist painting. For the next twelve years he lived in France where he became friends with Picasso, Braque, Léger, and Cocteau. With Picasso's encouragement he embarked on an analytic study of the artist's portraits, part of which is incorporated in the present biography
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Sir John Patrick Richardson, KBE, FBA (6 February 1924 – 12 March 2019) was a British art historian and biographer of Pablo Picasso. In 1952, he moved to Provence, where he became friends with Picasso, Fernand Léger and Nicolas de Staël. In 1960, he moved to New York and organized a nine-gallery Picasso retrospective. Christie's then appointed him to open their . office, which he ran for the next nine years
ALSO BY JOHN RICHARDSON Manet Georges Braque Braque A Life of Picasso, Volume I, 1881-1906 A.
ALSO BY JOHN RICHARDSON Manet Georges Braque Braque A Life of Picasso, Volume I, 1881-1906 A Life of Picasso, Volume II, 1907-1917 The Sorcerer’s Apprentice: Picasso . I would also like to thank Marilyn’s husband, Michael Raeburn, for working with the diligent Phyllis Stigliano in assembling the illustrations. And I am especially grateful to the brilliant, sharp-eyed young scholar Dakin Hart, who proved to be a deus ex machina with regard to the final chapters. If I have left anyone out I hope I will be forgiven.