This text is a major survey of the development of modernist art in Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia during the post-World War II Soviet period. The contributors discuss and reappraise the art of Baltic artists working in modernist styles. They argue that Estonian, Lithuanian and Latvian art did not develop in similar ways. Estonia, for example, had closer contact with Scandinavian countries, while Lithuania clearly was part of Central Europe, and was more influenced by Poland.
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
Weight: 1987 g
Dimensions: 279 x 216 x 35 mm
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