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Reg Butler

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Product description

88pp. 1983. Paperback. Good condition. Ex-library markings. Rubbing to cover edges/corners. Spine is faintly creased. Clean text. Foxing/dust-marks to outer page edges.


Butler's four main themes were: a girl figure - usually standing, a man - usually small-headed, usually doing something, a kite figure - the "figure in space", and boxes. His work reflects contemporary Italian classicism and the "art of trauma" that was a central European theme after World War II. Butler recorded his admiration for Brancusi, Giacometti, Maillol,Picasso and Rodin. Butler produced a series of iron sculptures of great novelty before settling on more solid bronze and shell bronze works.

Item details

Author(s):
Reg Butler
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0905005996
ISBN-13:
9780905005997
Publisher:
Tate Gallery

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88pp. 1983. Paperback. Good condition. Ex-library markings. Rubbing to cover edges/corners. Spine is faintly creased. Clean text. Foxing/dust-marks to outer page edges.


Butler's four main themes were: a girl figure - usually standing, a man - usually small-headed, usually doing something, a kite figure - the "figure in space", and boxes. His work reflects contemporary Italian classicism and the "art of trauma" that was a central European theme after World War II. Butler recorded his admiration for Brancusi, Giacometti, Maillol,Picasso and Rodin. Butler produced a series of iron sculptures of great novelty before settling on more solid bronze and shell bronze works.

Author(s):
Reg Butler
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0905005996
ISBN-13:
9780905005997
Publisher:
Tate Gallery

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