Anne Truitt: Paintings

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This is the first book on the paintings of Anne Truitt (1921-2004). Best known for her sculptures—wood columns painted in multiple layers of vibrant acrylic—Truitt also spent more than two decades producing innovative large-format paintings on canvas. Featured here are 16 abstract works made between 1972 and 1993, all generously illustrated, including numerous full-page detail photographs.In an essay Michael Schreyach provides an incisive formal analysis of the works’ compositional elements, particularly the tension between two and three dimensionality that characterizes not only Truitt's paintings but also her sculptures. It was through these pictorial and material qualities that she manifested the metaphysical meaning of her art—or, as she described it, "the sharp delight of watching what has been inside one’s own most intimate self materialize into visibility."
ISBN 9781944929107. Matthew Marks Gallery.
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This is the first book on the paintings of Anne Truitt (1921-2004). Best known for her sculptures—wood columns painted in multiple layers of vibrant acrylic—Truitt also spent more than two decades producing innovative large-format paintings on canvas. Featured here are 16 abstract works made between 1972 and 1993, all generously illustrated, including numerous full-page detail photographs.In an essay Michael Schreyach provides an incisive formal analysis of the works’ compositional elements, particularly the tension between two and three dimensionality that characterizes not only Truitt's paintings but also her sculptures. It was through these pictorial and material qualities that she manifested the metaphysical meaning of her art—or, as she described it, "the sharp delight of watching what has been inside one’s own most intimate self materialize into visibility."
  • Author
    Michael Schreyach
  • Publisher
    Matthew Marks Gallery
  • Release
    November 2018
  • Binding
    hb
  • Format
    clothbound. 76 pages, 36 colour, 1 b&w. 21.6 x 26 cm
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