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Potential Images: Ambiguity and Indeterminacy in Modern Art (Topographics) Paperback – 26 Mar 2004

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'Dario Gamboni's new book will make an impact amongst both specialised art historians and readers of more general cultural history.' --Prof. Richard Hobbs, University of Bristol

'Gamboni's text is a remarkable feat of scholarship. It will, I am sure, make a substantial and lasting contribution . . . because of its depth, range and audacity . . . This is, quite simply, a remarkable book.'
--Prof. Richard Thomson, Director, Visual Arts Research Institute, University of Edinburgh

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Dario Gamboni is Professor of Art History at the University of Geneva. His books include The Destruction of Art: Iconoclasm and Vandalism since the French Revolution (Reaktion, 1997)

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Very Insightful 21 July 2007
By Richard Kelton - Published on Amazon.com
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This is one of those rare books on art history which offers many new and very insightful interpretations on familiar works of art and the intent of well known artists. It broadens the reader's perspective in interpreting art. Outstanding! Richard Kelton
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