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"I first became acquainted with the work of Jean Pierre Serrier in the late 1960s. In spite of the lack of understanding on my part for his work, it intrigued me enough to follow his career. We met then in the early 1970s and became friends. I visited Serrier often in Paris, and in long discussions was able to find my way through his work. I was first reminded of Nietzsche-every painting represented a clear, brief, social and philosophical commentary, often as biting as the old German philosopher's writings. After more time in the company of Serrier, amdist the healthy atmosphere of French bistros and with the help of good wine, his own philosophy became apparent to me. In this book I am trying to illustrate the thoughts of a unique mind and a great painter. The texts are merely guidelines and not rules. The reaction towards Serrier's work differs from person to person, and so do the interpretations. But at least they make us think." - Thomas M. Bayer
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Book Description Carlyle, 1977. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0930262018