5 edition of Paul Cadmus found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 140-141.
|Statement||by Lincoln Kirstein.|
|Contributions||Cadmus, Paul, 1904-|
|LC Classifications||ND237.C16 A4 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||144 p. :|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||84006533|
Paul Cadmus (Book): Kirstein, Lincoln, Following recent exhibitions at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the National Museum of American Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art, this updated, revised and expanded edition presents the entire range of Cadmus' remarkable achievements, all executed with the technical virtuosity and anatomical precision of the Renaissance Masters. Paul Cadmus by Lincoln Kirstein starting at $ Paul Cadmus has 6 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace3/5(1).
USS Cadmus. 59 likes. Dedicated to the crew of the USS Cadmus (AR) a Amphion-class repair ship of the United States NavyFollowers: A native of New York City, Paul Cadmus had an early fascination with the art of the Italian Renaissance a period that is the foundation of all classical art as we know it today, a period that had rediscover the fundamental principles of human figurative geometry. Paul Cadmus studied and perfected these principals earnestly and this can be seen in all of his beautiful and sensitive.
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Paul Cadmus () was born in New York City, the son of parents were artistically gifted (his father was an commercial lithographer who created advertising images, and his mother had illustrated children's books) but quite poor. Cadmus is known to have said that their home was "a horrible tenement/5(7).
Paul Cadmus: Homage to a Brilliant Draughtsman Reading one book by the art critic and historian Justin Spring is like having a taste of a newly opened box of caramels. His style of writing is so completely relaxed and obsessively documented that each of his books reads as well as a novel (refer to THE SECRET HISTORIAN, his most recent survey of /5.
Paul Cadmus: The Sailor Trilogy: June 1-September 1, (Whitney Museum Collection in Context) by Paul Cadmus, Richard Meyer, et al. | Jan 1, Paperback. about this item: n.a., n.a., n.a. condition: fine. n.a. (illustrator).
signed bookplate. this is a neat small tically signed by the late great to frame with a photo or place in a book by or about to collect simply as an autograph of the one of the past centuries greatest artists.
About this Item: Cadmus, First American edition dust jacket, Fine condition, translated by Paul Bowles. Jacket from the limited copy hardcover.
Note that this is a dust jacket only, the book. Paul Cadmus book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5(4). Paul Cadmus was born in New York City on Decem His father Egbert Cadmus was a commercial lithographer and watercolorist who had studied under the painter Robert Henri, and his mother Maria Latasa was an illustrator of children’s books.
Paul Cadmus used the classical technique of egg tempera to create satirical images of American life. He left school at fifteen to attend the National Academy of Design, then worked as a commercial illustrator while taking classes at the Art Students : Jared French. I added some about Jared French, who was an important part of Cadmus' early life.
Artemis-Arethusa28 May (UTC). The Fleet's In. Uh, where is this "homosexual couple" in The Fleet's In!?All I can see is a bunch of carousing sailors and prostitutes, which, given the Navy's objections at the time, was enough to cause controversy8 September COVID Resources.
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Paul Cadmus WPA Book Print "Aspects of Suburban Life - Polo Spill" Vintage Artwork from Painting or Sketch AuthenticPrintsVault 5 out of 5 stars (56) $ Free shipping Favorite. Paul Cadmus was an American painter who was born in Manhattan, New York City in December of and died in Weston, Connecticut in His work, mostly drawings and paintings done using egg tempera, has been categorized as magic, or social realism by some art critics and scholars, which consisted of nude or semi-nude male portraits and satirical scenes of American life.
American artist Paul Cadmus (–) was a young and unknown painter inbut he became famous overnight when a minor scandal erupted over his painting The Fleet's In. Its depiction of American sailors on shore leave aroused the ire of Navy officials, and it vanished for decades from the public view.
Left: Jared French, Paul Cadmus, pencil and ink wash with white heightening, Sold for $20, Paul Cadmus is one of the most accomplished American artists of the 20 th century, widely celebrated for his master draughtsmanship, a satiric sensibility and prolific collaborations with his contemporaries.
Left: Egbert Cadmus, [Maria Latasa Cadmus], watercolor, Margaret French saved the kodachrome slides and with the help of Paul Cadmus supplying the dates and places a book was published in called “Collaboration.” Paul Cadmus, 26, made this painting of his lover Jared French. The painting, Jerry, remained in the French family until recently, when it was acquired by the Toledo Museum of Art.
Lithograph 50 Reproduced Academy of Design Addison Gallery American Art ANTONIA ALZINA BEACH Brooklyn Museum catalogue Collection of Addison Collection of Midtown composition Crayon on grey Crayon on toned draftsmanship Drypoint E.
Forster Edition egg tempera Etching exhibition at Midtown FEMALE NUDE NMY-3 FIDELMA Fogg Art Museum. Paul Cadmus, (born Dec. 17,New York, N.Y., U.S.—died Dec. 12,Weston, Conn.), American artist who created paintings, drawings, and prints in a figurative, near-illustrational style during a career that spanned some 70 years.
Cadmus decided upon a career in art when he was still a young boy and enrolled in art classes at New York City’s National Academy of Design (now the.
One of the most accomplished artists of the twentieth century, Paul Cadmus is best known for his provocative satires of American life. He first gained national recognition in when his bawdy painting The Fleet's In.
was barred from a Public Works of Art exhibition in Washington, D.C. For more than six decades following, Cadmus led a career as a meticulous craftsman devoted to. In the gorgeous, occasionally garish, always gratifying works of the great American artist Paul Cadmus, sailors and sunbathers, models and mannequins, nitwits and nudes all are suffused with a sensuality born equally of idyllic splendor and urban squalor, natural grace and graceful artifice.
Great book and wonderful insight into a gifted artist. I've always been a huge Paul Cadmus fan and a fan of the male form as art. However this book also gives you an insight to the man's/artist life that is generally known.
As Much as I enjoyed the art work I also enjoyed reading about the artist's life.4/5(1). Paul Cadmus was an American painter, best known for his stylized, high-contrast renderings of male nudes and portraits. View Paul Cadmus’s 1, artworks on artnet.
Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices. See available prints and multiples, works on paper, and paintings for sale and learn about the ality: American.Paul Cadmus is best known for his erotic depictions of nude male figures, charged with satire, social criticism, and a strongly idealized sexuality.
Cadmus first gained recognition for his painting The Fleet's In, where the controversy of a group of sailors he pictured carousing among prostitutes and homosexuals inspired a public : Paul Cadmus.Transcript Preface.
The following oral history transcript is the result of a tape-recorded interview with Paul Cadmus on Ma The interview took place in Weston, Connecticut, and was conducted by Judd Tully for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.