Alex Katz. A Retrospective

This is a study of the achievement of the American painter Alex Katz, who began his career alongside the Abstract Expressionists, but forged his own, very different direction. For four decades he has been striving to depict the human figure, the figure in nature, and the landscapes of the places in which he has lived. Katz worked together with the author to select the paintings, prints and cutouts reproduced in the book.

Text: Sandler Irwing. cm 25,5×31,5; pp. 200; 76 ill. COL e 137 BW ills.; hardcover with dust jacket. Publisher: Harry N. Abrams, New York, 1998.

ISBN: 9780810912311 | 0810912317

ID: AM-2985

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This is a study of the achievement of the American painter Alex Katz, who began his career alongside the Abstract Expressionists, but forged his own, very different direction. For four decades he has been striving to depict the human figure, the figure in nature, and the landscapes of the places in which he has lived. Katz worked together with the author to select the paintings, prints and cutouts reproduced in the book.

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