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From Foreword - A study of the achievements of an artist who has often been neglected by critics and scholars because his art cannot be easily labeled or categorized. An independent thinker, Avery pursued his own aesthetic interests, which were often at odds with the dominant styles of the time. When abstraction received critical acclaim Avery was generally ignored because he refused to abandon all references to natural forms. (Description by http-mart)
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Robert Hobbs is an art historian who has taught at Yale and Cornell Universities. He is also the author of monographs on Robert Smithson and Edward Hopper. Hilton Kramer is a former critic of The New York Observer and former chief art critic of The New York Times.
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