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William Beckman: Drawings,1967-2013 [Hardcover]

Charles T. Butler

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28 May 2014
William Beckman is one of the leading realist artists working in the United States, renowned for the emotional power of his figurative drawings. This new volume is the first major retrospective of Beckman's work, featuring fifty significant drawings from both private and public collections, including the artist's, a revealing intereview with the artist, and an essay by author, poet and critic, Carter Ratcliff. Contents: Foreword by Charles T. Butler; "Encounters in Real Time: The Drawings of William Beckman" by Carter Ratcliff; Interview with William Beckman by Charles T. Butler; Catalogue; Biography; Index

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Charles T Butler is the director of the Columbus Museum of Art, Georgia. Carter Ratcliff is an art critic, writer and poet. His books on art include Pop americains (2013)and Andy Warhol: Portraits (2007). He has contributed to numerous magazines including Art in America and Parkett.

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