This work attempts to define the extent to which the Holocaust, as a major historical event, influenced Western art as a whole. The author's study shows how different groups of artists set out to answer the question "How does one deal with the Holocaust in art?" Among the many artists discussed and illustrated are Picasso, Chagall, Grosz, Kiefer, Matta, Steinhardt, Tumarkin, Rothko, Fautrier, Grundig, Beckmann and Kitaj.
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Book Description Pergamon Press, Inc., 1993. Laminated Boards. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Text and images are bright and clean; binding is tight and square. Covers show some light edge wear. Spine is faded. Overseas/Priority shipping at cost. 567pp. Bookseller Inventory # 050507
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Book Description Pergamon Press, Oxford, 1993 First Edition. Hardback., 1993. 4to. pp xxxiii, 567. Original publisher's illustrated laminated boards. Issued without dust jacket. Illustrated in black and white.ISBN: 0080406564 Fine. Bookseller Inventory # C34458
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