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John Walker

I remember when there was a vogue for the work of John Walker. I didn’t like it because at that time he was using the same form over and over, which he called “Alba,” and said was derived from Goya. … Continue reading

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The Facts

This blog has given a fair amount of time to Frank Stella, and my attention was moving to other things—there are a few posts coming up on the topic of time. However, my interest in Stella has just been revived … Continue reading

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Painterliness and meaning

It is possible that expressiveness in any art—musical, literary, visual, bodily—requires that the work refer to the world in some way. How it manages this is another question; it might be by analogy, depiction, mimesis, concept or any number of … Continue reading

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