Parkstone International

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Stine Weirsøe Flamanthas quoted2 years ago
Subtle colour nuances and binding variations made for the optical and haptic appeal of this textile work
M Kuzhas quoted13 days ago
and with a sublimity that comes from its simple existence, not from its significance
Naomi Sotelohas quoted2 years ago
Many of the events in Pollock’s life and much of his radically new art proved to be mystically profane and ugly, yet awesome. At times the artist, like his art, appears to be innocent, graceful and sensitive. At the same time, his life and art might seem to be crude, macho and abrasive. The biographer Andrea Gabor considers him to be “brilliant and naïve, gentle and aggressive, vulnerable and destructive.”
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