Item Number: 103759
Title: On the Meanings of Sculpture in Painting
Author: Curtis, Penelope (cur)
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Description: Leeds: Henry Moore Institute, 2009. 28cm., pbk., 141pp. with 53 color plates. Catalogue of the exhibition "Sculpture in Painting," includes: F. Barry "Sculpture in Painting / Painting in Sculpture: Italy c.1485-c.1600," E. Jollet "Sculpture in Painting : function time and reflexivity: France c. 1650-1750," D. Batchelor "The 'In' in Sculpture in Painting, c. 1960." Exhibition catalogue exploring the relationship between art in two and three dimensions, Sculpture in Painting is not so much concerned with comparing the two disciplines, but the dialogue between them. The exhibition, the first at the Henry Moore Institute to consist only of paintings, brings together some thirty works from the 1500s to the present day, by a range of influential artists including Titian, Hogarth, Vuillard and Henning.
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