The major monograph on the extraordinary career of the Canadian painter available in a new softcover edition. Jack Bush (1909-1977) reinvented himself like very few artists. His transformation from provincial Canadian artist in the 1940s to celebrated figure on the New York and London gallery scenes in the 1960s and 70s is engagingly told through new photography, previously unpublished diary excerpts and fresh scholarship making this unprecedented survey of his life and work the definitive book on the artist to date. With more than 120 full-color plates, this superb publication features works that boldly burst through as the best in high modern art.
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Marc Mayer is Director and CEO of the National Gallery of Canada. Sarah Stanners is currently directing and authoring the forthcoming catalogue raisonné of paintings by Jack Bush. Adam Welch has held curatorial positions at the National Gallery of Canada and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Karen Wilkin is a New York-based independent curator and art critic specializing in 20th-century modernism.
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Book Description Mcclelland & Stewart Ltd, 1984. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110771058403