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Arthur Wesley Dow (1857-1922) was a painter, printmaker, and writer, much influenced by Japanese art. Although known as mentor to Georgia O'Keeffe ...Show synopsisArthur Wesley Dow (1857-1922) was a painter, printmaker, and writer, much influenced by Japanese art. Although known as mentor to Georgia O'Keeffe and Max Weber, Dow's legacy as a proponent of modern art has been neglected. His COMPOSITION, first published in 1899, teaches students to create freely constructed images on the basis of harmonic relations between lines, colors, and dark and light patterns. 8 color and 150 b&w illustrations.Hide synopsis
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Description:New. In Composition Dow develops a system for teaching students...New. In Composition Dow develops a system for teaching students to create freely constructed images on the basis of harmonic relations between lines, colors, and dark and light patterns. Greatly influenced by Japanese art, he expounds a theory of flat formal equilibrium as an essential component of telling pictorial creation. Generations of teachers and their pupils in the public schools learned from Dow's orientalism and adopted basic post-impressionist principles without even knowing the term. The reappearance of Dow's practical, well-illustrated guide to artistic composition, enhanced by Joseph Masheck's discussion of its historical ramifications, is an important event for all concerned with the visual arts and the intellectual antecedents of American modernism.
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