The haunting, elegiac prints and paintings of Robert Kipniss have captivated art lovers for more than sixty years, making him one of the most successful and collected artists of our time. In this candid memoir, Kipniss recounts the ups and downs of his early career, the failures and successes of gallery exhibitions and gaining recognition, and the joys and struggles of trying to support a family as an artist, all while tenaciously developing his unique style of landscape painting.
Presenting an intimate look into the life of a much-admired working artist, this book will be a welcome addition to the libraries of Kipniss's collectors, artists trying to establish careers of their own, and all those who have an urgency to do what they love.
Publisher: University Press of New England ISBN: 9781611680041 Number of pages: 304 Weight: 456 g Dimensions: 232 x 156 x 27 mm
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