Kees's writings on painting, music, film, fiction, and poetry depict the art world from the 1930s through the 1950s...
|Title||:||Reviews and Essays, 1936-55|
|Number of Pages||:||216 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Reviews and Essays, 1936-55 Reviews
"Painting should be music. Painting should be literature. Painting should be propaganda, an anecdote or an arrow pointing to the path of salvation. Painting should be a vertical or horizontal window that opens on a world of ladies with parasols and appealing children, cows in gently flowing streams, a bunch of flowers, or a bowl of fruit good enough to eat. These were, on various occasions, the beliefs of the past. They are also the beliefs of your Aunt Cora, the people next door, half Fifty-seventh Street, and Mr. Truman."