Leon Golub: Don't Tread on Me!: Drawings: 1947-2004

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Leon Golub is best known for his large-scale paintings of violence and the abuse of power, scenes as colossal in brutality as they are in size. But, throughout his long career, Golub was a prolific draftsman as well. With subjects ranging from the classical to the erotic, and media ranging from oil sticks, to conte crayons, to inks, to acrylics, Golub's drawings interrogate the condition of our world. His first major drawing period began when he was a student in the 1940s. He began to articulate the figure in motion as he ...

Leon Golub: Don't Tread on Me!: Drawings: 1947-2004 2005, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts/Griffin Contemporary/Anthony Reynolds Gallery, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780971928923

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