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Cleve Gray

Long overdue, this is the first retrospective study of the work of painter Cleve Gray (b. 1918), who began his artistic career in the late 1940s and '50s when Abstract Expressionism was sweeping the New York art scene. Although an abstractionist, Gray has pursued his own vision outside the trends of the international art world. Nicholas Fox Weber deftly combines biography and critical analysis in his text, which is based on many visits to Gray's studio and extensive interviews with the artist. Superb colorplates present ...

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