Ignoring the prevailing styles of his time. Philip Evergood preferred the realistic mode and was committed to using art for social commentary. This volume first traces his life and then analyzes his style, method, color, and use of symbols; the humanist intention in his work; and his position in twentieth-century American art. Nearly 250 illustrations, 35 color plates. A Center Gallery Publication.
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