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Titel: The Homoerotic Art of Pavel Tchelitchev
Verlag: Elysium Press
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Gently used. Expect delivery in 20 days. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781893450042-3
Inhaltsangabe: PAVEL TCHELITCHEV was one of the most accomplished figurative artist's of his generation. Considered a member of the Neo-Romantic school of painting, his works reflect a sophisticated attention to the mystical forces of nature, especially that of the human body. Although his work is largely out of fashion now, his works were widely acclaimed during the height of his career in the 1940's. His dreamscapes were an evocation of complex metaphysical perspectives and were powerful statements about sexuality oeurve that has been ignored for too long. These images, completed during a ten year span from 1929-1939, reflect the artist's passion for the male form and his vision of uninhibited sexuality. Tchelitchew's male nudes live in a dream world, a dream of fulfillment, a dream free of guilt, where the body exists for beauty and has its purpose. These are dreams that were an important part of the artist's development- visions that deserve to be seen. The edition is limited to one thousand numbered casebound copies and one hundred specially numbered and slipcased copies. Fifty eight duotone images and five full color illustrations are reproduced, the format is 6" x 8", 144 pages
Über den Autor: Introduction by David Leddick, author of numerous books on male photography and art.
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