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Addled Art. "Criticism is the conscience of Art." - Ernest Hello.
by Lional Lindsay.
Hollis and Carter Ltd. 25 Ashley Place, London, S.W.1. First published in England, 1946.
Book: 4to (150 x 188mm). Cloth and board binding with title stamped on cover and along spine. Complete with dustjacket. Dust jacket worn and torn. Binding a worn around edges.
An 'honest debunking of modernism in art' which 'reaches conclusions destructive of much contemporay art criticism', by the Australian printmaker and critic Sir Lionel Lindsay (1874-1961) Chapters: I. Anarchy in Art. II. The Jew in Modern Painting. III. Novelty. IV. Les Fauves. V. Surrealism. VI. Drawing-Bad and Good. VII.. The Cult of Ugliness. VIII. Colour and the Quantum of Good in Modern Work. IV. A Few Words on Art Writers. X. Return to Subject. XI. Into the Breach.
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Santiago Old Malaga.
Santiago Old Malaga.
Lionel Lindsay [c.1940].
Etching, platemark 280 x 225mm (11 x 8¾"), with very large margins. Signed and titled by artist and numbered '100' in pencil.
One of a number of etchings of Spanish locations by Lionel Lindsay (1874-1961), Australian printmaker and illustrator. In 1902 Lindsay travelled to Spain, London and Italy, eventually settling in Sydney where he continued to work as an illustrator while developing a passion for etching historical views of the city and the harbour. He returned to Europe in 1926 where he made etchings and drypoints of landscapes and cityscapes. He was knighted for his services to art in 1941.
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