Alfred Kubin: Drawings 1897-1909


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Kubin is irrefutably one of the most original talents of his generation. Whether painting directly from his hallucinatory visions or illustrating the works of such literary giants as Balzac, Poe, Dostoevsky, and Gogol, Kubin eschewed the decorative artistry of earlier Austrian art. Instead, he was drawn to life's dark undertones, represented in his work through his morbid subject matter and frenetic style. Filled with horrific yet fully realized imaginings that were eerily prescient of the era to come, this volume is ...