Howard Hodgkin

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Howard Hodgkin

by Dixon Andrew Graham

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This book of Howard Hodgkin''s work by Andrew Graham-Dixon, one of Britain''s foremost art critics, was published to great acclaim in 1994. Incisive and beautifully written, it illuminates Hodgkin''s rich and complex art through its guiding themes and elucidates the passions and preoccupations that lie behind the paintings. Unlike most monographs, Graham-Dixon''s focuses on the emotional and intellectual essence of the paintings as he explores their strategies. Hodgkin''s complex use of scale and color, the nature of his pictorial language, and the subtle evocation in his painting of eroticism, time, and experience reveal a tension between exuberance and melancholy.

This revised and expanded edition includes over twenty additional color reproductions and is brought up to date with a new chapter in which Graham-Dixon discusses the paintings created since the mid-1990s, works that are freer and more fluent, and often on a much larger scale than earlier ones. Enthusiasm for Hodgkin''s paintings among art critics and historians, art collectors, and the general public has never been greater. He stands confirmed by this richly illustrated study as a master of the hesitant, truant nature of life and emotion, an artist whose great achievement is to have created equivalents in painting for the texture of memory itself.

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Howard Hodgkin

Howard Hodgkin

by Andrew Graham-Dixon

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Revised edition, fine in near fine jacket showing some mild rubbing and shelf wear. 232 pages with 143 illustrations, 121 in color. Remains an attractive copy of this updated look at Hodgkin's work that includes twenty new color reproductions and a new chapter discussing work of the mid-1990's.

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Howard Hodgkin (Isbn: 0500092982 Enlarged and Expanded Edition

Howard Hodgkin (Isbn: 0500092982 Enlarged and Expanded Edition

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9.5 x 11 Inches. 143 illustratins, 121 in color, 232 pages. Clean, bright copy, no markings or tears.

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Howard Hodgkin

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Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 232 p. Contains: Illustrations. Audience: General/trade.

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Howard Hodgkin

by Andrew Graham-Dixon

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Glued binding. Paper over boards. 232 p. Contains: Illustrations. Audience: General/trade. New! Never Read but may have minor shelfwear outside. XHL1435u

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Howard Hodgkin

Howard Hodgkin

by Andrew Graham-Dixon

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4to. 232pp, index, chronology, bibliography, 143 ills (121 col). Or black cloth in jacket. As new with slight crease to upper edge of jacket. The only monograph of Hodgkin's art is here revised and expanded to include an extra 20 col plates and an extra chapter in which the author discusses paintings created since the mid-1990s. The book illuminates Hodgkins work through its guiding themes and elucidates the passions and preoccupations behind the paintings, focusing on the emotional and intellectual essence of the paintings as he explores their strategies.

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Howard Hodgkin / Andrew Graham-Dixon

Howard Hodgkin / Andrew Graham-Dixon

by Andrew Graham-Dixon

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2. pp. 232. Physical description: 232 p. : ill. (some col. ), col. ports.; 28 cm. Summary: Andrew Graham-Dixon's study of Hodgkin's work is written in a free and discursive spirit. It investigates Hodgkin's rich and complex art through its guiding themes and elucidates the passions and preoccupations that lie behind the paintings. Avoiding the chronological plod of many monographs, the book focuses on the essence of Hodgkin's paintings as the author explores their themes and strategies in great detail. He examines Hodgkin's complex use of scale and colour, the nature of his pictorial language, the frequent eroticism of his art and the notions of time and of experience that it embodies-and finds a tension in the work between exuberance and melancholy. Graham-Dixon argues that Hodgkin is a classic modern painter, but in an old-fashioned sense; an artist who meets Baudelaire's call for "a painter of modern life". Subjects: Hodgkin, Howard, (1932-)--Criticism and interpretation--British art--Painting--Printmaking. Fine cloth copy in a near-fine, very slightly edge-nicked and dust-dulled dw, now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.

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Howard Hodgkin

Howard Hodgkin

by Andrew Graham-Dixon

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Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 232 p. Contains: Illustrations. Audience: General/trade.

$61.49

Howard Hodgkin (Revised)

Howard Hodgkin (Revised)

by Andrew Graham-Dixon

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This book of Howard Hodgkin's work by Andrew Graham-Dixon, one of Britain's foremost art critics, was published to great acclaim in 1994. Incisive and beautifully written, it illuminates Hodgkin's rich and complex art through its guiding themes and elucidates the passions and preoccupations that lie behind the paintings. Unlike most monographs, Graham-Dixon's focuses on the emotional and intellectual essence of the paintings as he explores their strategies. Hodgkin's complex use of scale and color, the nature of his pictorial language, and the subtle evocation in his painting of eroticism, time, and experience reveal a tension between exuberance and melancholy. This revised and expanded edition includes over twenty additional color reproductions and is brought up to date with a new chapter in which Graham-Dixon discusses the paintings created since the mid-1990s, works that are freer and more fluent, and often on a much larger scale than earlier ones. Enthusiasm for Hodgkin's paintings among art critics and historians, art collectors, and the general public has never been greater. He stands confirmed by this richly illustrated study as a master of the hesitant, truant nature of life and emotion, an artist whose great achievement is to have created equivalents in painting for the texture of memory itself. Delicious. Luscious. Scrumptious....that rare but sublime match of author and subject, paintings and text. The New York Times Book Review Wrapped in Brodart dust jacket protector. Book has minor shelf wear.

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Howard Hodgkin (Revised)

Howard Hodgkin (Revised)

by Andrew Graham-Dixon

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Publisher: Thames & Hudson

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This book of Howard Hodgkin's work by Andrew Graham-Dixon, one of Britain's foremost art critics, was published to great acclaim in 1994. Incisive and beautifully written, it illuminates Hodgkin's rich and complex art through its guiding themes and elucidates the passions and preoccupations that lie behind the paintings. Unlike most monographs, Graham-Dixon's focuses on the emotional and intellectual essence of the paintings as he explores their strategies. Hodgkin's complex use of scale and color, the nature of his pictorial language, and the subtle evocation in his painting of eroticism, time, and experience reveal a tension between exuberance and melancholy. This revised and expanded edition includes over twenty additional color reproductions and is brought up to date with a new chapter in which Graham-Dixon discusses the paintings created since the mid-1990s, works that are freer and more fluent, and often on a much larger scale than earlier ones. Enthusiasm for Hodgkin's paintings among art critics and historians, art collectors, and the general public has never been greater. He stands confirmed by this richly illustrated study as a master of the hesitant, truant nature of life and emotion, an artist whose great achievement is to have created equivalents in painting for the texture of memory itself. Delicious. Luscious. Scrumptious....that rare but sublime match of author and subject, paintings and text. The New York Times Book Review.

$62.70

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