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Gathers interviews, articles, letters, and manifestos dealing with Postimpressionism, symbolism, fauvism, Expressionism, and cubism
Table of Contents
|Post-Impressionism: Individual Paths to Construction and Expression Introduction: The Letters of Ceacute;zanne Paul Ceacute;zanne: Excerpts from the Letters Introduction: The Lettters of van Gogh Vincent van Gogh: Excerpts from the Letters|
|Symbolism And Other Subjectivist Tendencies: Form and the Evocation of Feeling Introduction: Gauguin and Other Subjectivists Paul Gauguin: Synthetist Theories Gauguin: On His Paintings Gauguin: On Primitivism Symbolist Theories|
|Fauvism And Expressionism: The Creative Intuition Introduction|
|Cubism: Form as Expresssion Introduction|
|Futurism: Dynamism as the Expression of the Modern World Introductoin|
|Neoplasticism And Constructivism: Abstract and Nonobjective Art Introduction|
|Dada, Surrealism, Andscuola Metafisica: The Irrational and the Dream Introduction: Dada and Surrealsism Dada Surrealism Introduction:Scuola Metafisica|
|Art And Politics: The Artist and the Social Order Introduction|
|Contemporary Art: The Autonomy of the Work of Art|
|Introduction: The Americans Introduction: The Europeans|
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