This monograph surveys the career of a leading American realist painter, Don Eddy, covering nearly four decades of his work. The author, Donald Kuspit, traces the artist's evolution from the Super Realist auto bumpers and showrooms and shop windows of the early 1970s; through the technical dazzling of dime store toys, trinkets, pots and pans and silverware on glass shelves of the later 1970s; through hallucinatory works of the 1980s; to the spiritual works of the 1990s, many in triptych format that portray scenes from nature. This more recent revival of religious vision, which Kuspit characterizes as a "mystical leap of faith", has resulted in a profoundly moving body of work suggestive of altarpieces, icons
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(254mm x 254mm x 22mm)
Hudson Hills Press Inc.,U.S.
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