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I Know an Artist: The inspiring connections between the world's greatest artists
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Susie Hodge Sarah Papworth
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I Know an Artist: The inspiring connections between the world's greatest artists

Susie Hodge Sarah Papworth


9781781318430

Quarto Books


Art & Architecture;
The Arts: General & Reference;
Illustration;
Biography: arts & entertainment


Hardback

192 pages

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I Know an Artist is a collection of 84 illustrated portraits that reveal the fascinating connections between the worlds most famous artists. Whether through teaching, as in the case of Paul Klee and Anni Albers; a mutual muse, as seen in the flowers of Georgia O'Keeffe and Takashi Murakami; or an inspirational romantic coupling like that of Lee Krasner and Jackson Pollock. In telling the stories of these creatives lives and achievements - each extraordinary and oftentimes ground-breaking - Susie Hodge exposes the fascinating web of connections that have fostered some of the world's art masterpieces. Some connections are well-known, whereas others span both time and place, linking pioneers in art in fascinating and unexpected ways. Illustrated in colourful tribute to each artists' unique style, I Know An Artist is an illuminating and celebratory account of some of the art world's most compelling visionaries.

By:   Susie Hodge
Illustrated by:   Sarah Papworth
Imprint:   Quarto Books
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 246mm,  Width: 190mm, 
ISBN:   9781781318430
ISBN 10:   1781318433
Pages:   192
Publication Date:   April 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

* Picasso and Braque * Kandinsky and Marc * Van Gogh and Gauguin * Mondrian and Van Doesburg * Schiele and Klimt * Monet and Renoir * Chuck Close and Philip Glass * Vincent van Gogh and Emile Bernard * Thomas Couture and Edouard Manet * Jasper Johns and Robert Rauschenberg * Salvador Dali and Elsa Schiaparelli * Lee Krasner and Jackson Pollock * Pollock and De Kooning * Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat * Mark Rothko and Philip Johnson * Luis Bunuel and Salvador Dali * Francis Bacon and Lucian Freud * Marcel Duchamp and Man Ray * John Singer Sargent and Robert Louis Stevenson * Georges Seurat and Paul Signac * Kandinsky and Jawlensky * Boudin and Monet * Pissarro and Gauguin * Degas and Cassatt * Morris and Rossetti * Picasso and Diaghilev * Robert and Sonia Delaunay * Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera * Vanessa Bell and Roger Fry * Gilbert Proesch and George Passmore * Jake and Dinos Chapman * Rothko and Gorky * Kandinsky and Munter * Vuillard and Bonnard * Courbet and Proudhon * Delacroix and Gericault * Jacques-Louis David and Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres * Joseph Cornell and Dali * Rauschenberg and Tinguely * Valadon and Utrillo * Degas and Valadon * De Chirico and Carlo Carra * Matisse and Derain * Klimt and Matsch * Sargent and Whistler * Monet and Sargent * Corot and Daubigny * Monet and Whistler * Georgia OKeeffe and Alfred Stieglitz * Amedeo Modigliani and Giovanni Fattori * Amedeo Modigliani and Jacob Epstein * Alexander Calder and Joan Miro * Diego Rivera and Marc Chagall * (John Constable and JMW Turner - too early?) * Ingres, Degas and Cassatt * Pissarro, Gauguin and Cezanne * Edward Burne-Jones and William Morris * Natalia Goncharova and Mikhail Larionov * Sargent and Boldini * Franz Marc and Robert Delaunay * Matisse and Picasso * Degas and Boldini * George Frederick Watts and Aphonse Legros * Alphonse Legros and Auguste Rodin * Fantin-Latour and Carolus-Duran * Morisot and Corot * Matisse and John Peter Russell * Wassily Kandinsky and Paul Klee * Cezanne and Pissarro * JAM Whistler and Oscar Wilde * Manet and Morisot * Manet and Degas * Paul Cezanne and Emile Zola * Rauschenberg and Twombly * Tatlin and Picasso * Marc Quinn and Barry Flanagan * Modigliani and Ben Nicholson * Matisse and Moreau * Lichtenstein and Hoyt L. Sherman * Leger and Ozenfant * Klee and Delaunay * Hockney and Patrick Caulfield * Moore and Hepworth * Duchamp, Villon and Duchamp-Villon * Louise Bourgeois and Andre Masson * Josef and Anni Albers * Alberto Giacometti and Andre Masson * Malevich and Archipenko * John-Everett Millais and John Ruskin * Joan Miro and Paul Eluard * Christo and Jeanne-Claude * Signac and Pissarro * Lord Leighton and Alma-Tadema * Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant * Andre Derain, Balthus and Alberto Giacometti * Alberto, Diego and Bruno Giacometti * Norman Rockwell and Grandma Moses * Pablo Picasso and Diego Rivera * Yayoi Kusama and Eva Hesse * Modigliani, Picasso and Braque * Corot and Courbet * Courbet and Whistler

Susie Hodge MA FRSA has written over 100 books on art, art history, history and artistic techniques, including the bestselling Why Your Five Year Old Could Not Have Done That, The Short Story of Art and How to Survive Modern Art. In addition she hosts lectures, talks and practical workshops, and regularly appears on television and radio talks and documentaries on everything to do with art.

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