The Poetry of Line: Drawings by Henry Pearson

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Published by the Palmer Museum of Art Henry Pearson is often linked to the Op Art movement of the 1960s because his best-known paintings feature a labyrinth of undulating parallel lines. Yet his work, although included in the landmark exhibition of 1965, "The Responsive Eye," has an intuitive rhythm and poetic elegance that fall well outside the calculated, often hard-edged structures favored by most Op artists. World War II interrupted Pearson's first career in theater design but led to a prolonged contact with Japanese ...

The Poetry of Line: Drawings by Henry Pearson 2001, Palmer Museum of Art, University Park

ISBN-13: 9780911209549

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