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Turning the Pages: Marion Perkins (American, 1908-1961), Sketchbook (Regent), by 1961
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African American sculptor Marion Perkins lived and worked in Chicago after moving there from Arkansas in 1916. Initially self taught, he had some training through the South Side Community Arts Center...
Turning the Pages: Marion Perkins (American, 1908-1961), <em>Sketchbook (Regent)</em>, by 1961
Turning the Pages: Daniel Burlyuk (American, born Ukraine, 1882-1967) and Vladimir Burlyuk (Ukrainian, 1887-1917), Tango with Cows (Tango s Korovami), 1914
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Tango with Cows is a supremely fine example of Russian Futurism in print. Subtitled "Ferro-Concrete Poems", this collection was printed in letterpress on wallpaper samples, the sheets cut at...
Turning the Pages: Daniel Burlyuk (American, born Ukraine, 1882-1967) and Vladimir Burlyuk (Ukrainian, 1887-1917), <em>Tango with Cows</em> (<em>Tango s Korovami</em>), 1914
Turning the Pages: Nathalia Goncharova (Russian, 1881-1962), Anchorites; Anchoress: Two Poems (Pustynniki; Pustynnitsa: Dve poemy), 1913
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Nathalia Goncharova produced several of these cheaply-made, pocket-sized illustrated books with copious lithographs in an attempt with her Russian avant-garde group of writers and artists to create...
Turning the Pages: Nathalia Goncharova (Russian, 1881-1962), <em>Anchorites; Anchoress: Two Poems</em> (<em>Pustynniki; Pustynnitsa: Dve poemy</em>), 1913
Turning the Pages: Christina Ramberg (1946–1995), Sketchbook, 1977-1982
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Christina Ramberg is one of the Chicago Imagists who exhibited in the 1960's and 1970's. Her notebook contains fragments and sketches of costumes and clothing that are referenced in her drawings and...
Turning the Pages: Christina Ramberg (1946–1995), Sketchbook, 1977-1982
Turning the Pages: Nathalia Goncharova (Russian, 1881-1962), A Game in Hell: A Poem (Igra v adu: Poema), 1912
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Nathalia Goncharova's futurist devil takes many forms as he plays a card game with sinners in this slyly ironic and provocative illustrated poem from the Russian avant garde.
Turning the Pages: Nathalia Goncharova (Russian, 1881-1962), <em>A Game in Hell: A Poem (Igra v adu: Poema)</em>, 1912
Turning the Pages: Ed Flood (American, 1944-1985), Artist Sketchbook (Regent Sketch-King), 1971-77
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Ed Flood, born and schooled in Chicago, exhibited in shows in the 1960s such as the Nonplussed Some. His sketchbook reflects his beautifully and obsessively crafted paintings and sculptures, and...
Turning the Pages: Ed Flood (American, 1944-1985), Artist Sketchbook (Regent Sketch-King), 1971-77
Turning the Pages: Unbound copy of Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973), Le Chef d'oeuvre inconnu (The Unknown Masterpiece), 1931
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This pristine unbound copy of Picasso's The Unknown Masterpiece shows the book in its original state and paper wrappers, the way it would have been offered for sale in 1931.
Turning the Pages: Unbound copy of Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973), <em>Le Chef d'oeuvre inconnu</em> (<em>The Unknown Masterpiece</em>), 1931
Turning the Pages: Henri de Toulouse Lautrec (French, 1864-1901), Sketchbook, 1880
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An untiring chronicler of the Parisian underworld, Henri de Toulouse Lautrec drew prolifically throughout his career, and with great skill from the outset. In fact, he completed his Art Institute...
Turning the Pages: Henri de Toulouse Lautrec (French, 1864-1901), <em>Sketchbook</em>, 1880
Turning the Pages: Kawamura Bumpō, (Japanese, 1779-1821), Bumpō Soga (Sketches by Bumpō), 1800
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Kawamura Bumpō captures the residents of Kyoto, his beloved hometown, working hard and playing hard through his expressive illustrations on the pages of this Japanese woodblock-printed drawing manual.
Turning the Pages: Kawamura Bumpō, (Japanese, 1779-1821), <em>Bumpō Soga (Sketches by Bumpō)</em>, 1800
Turning the Pages: Henry Somm (French, 1844-1907), Sketchbook, c. 1885
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Henry Somm (the pseudonym of Francois-Clement Sommier) is best known as an illustrator and caricaturist of late nineteenth-century Paris. Frequenting the same cafés and nightclubs as the...
Turning the Pages: Henry Somm (French, 1844-1907), <em>Sketchbook</em>, c. 1885
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