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Worth Every Penny 9 novembre 2011
Par B. Hall - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
To give you an idea where I'm coming from; I'm a painter so I often look at these catalogs as reference and inspiration. With that said, in the years I've been painting and collecting books this is one of the best I own. The reproductions are beautiful, the size of the book and images are great.

Another thing that the authors have done so well is capture a large span of Garcia's work and include a few paintings in stages- priceless information for an artist. The book starts from early figurative work to his vast cityscapes and ends with his still life paintings. I highly recommend picking this up. As an object, this book is beautiful, and the work inside is an inspiration.
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Antonio López García; The Compleat Artist 4 novembre 2011
Par Grady Harp - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Gather a group of artists who create in any category of the visual arts, pose the question 'Who is an icon among you' and likely the answer would be 'Antonio López García'. This elaborately created new volume contains more of his work than any other available and finally allows us to appreciate an aspect of his work that is not as well known as his inimitable paintings and drawings - his sculpture. But that is not the primary reason for investing n this book. Quite simply, this volume of the artist's works honors the artist on every page. The bulk of the book is devoted to reproductions of his art - and that is not always an easy task to accomplish: López García's palette is so delicate, at times only a slight variation of white, and his brush strokes are so important to appreciate that it takes a highly skilled photographer and the finest of cameras to capture the magic López García creates. Fortunately, without exception, whether sharing tiny paintings of ordinary objects, vast panoramas of the city, portraits, or standing back and capturing the atmosphere of his studio with sculptures in progress - all of the imagery is as sophisticated as possible.

The book opens with two essays, the first a brief but tender reminiscence by Miguel Delibes who as well as any writer conveys the awe with which most of us approach the artist's work. The second essay by Francisco Calvo Serraller is an extended survey of the artist's life and various modalities in which her creates. It is here that we gain an appreciation for how sculpture grew out of his approach to observing reality.

From there on are pages, thoughtfully organized and sensitive to the talent of the artist's work - a span from 1953 to 2011. The paintings range form the huge painting 'View of Madrid from Torres Blancas, 1974-1982' to the studies and gradual development of his small jars and vases of roses, portraits of families at dinner, windows with and without views, city streets, lamp posts, common items like washing tubs soaking clothes or a sink and mirror or a skinned rabbit or babies' heads - and interspersed among these are his brilliant sculptures in both plaster and clay and bronze.

Anyone who has had the privilege of viewing the film of Víctor Erice's 1992 El Sol del Membrillo (The Quince Tree of the Sun), which closely chronicles the artist's attempts to paint a quince tree, understands that basically the artist takes a lot of time to bring a work to completion. The paintings at the end of this book are his most recent and are often shared as 'state 1' as in 'work in progress', and yet even these in progress works teach us much about the genius of this man's talent. He is a patient man, an artist who will accept nothing less than the ideal i his mind. In the words of Antonio López García, 'It is very difficult to know why we paint, yet this is not something I need to know, nor does it really concern me. There is something basic for everyone to know: what compels us to paint is emotion. And that emotion must come out in one way or another, even if the painting is only half finished. It s entirely possible that it will never be finished, but once you approach that point of expressing that which moved you to paint, the work is not futile anymore. It has an emotion that is indistinct. It's all the same whether it is expressed with figurative or with abstract forms: I do not see any difference.'

For those who are unfamiliar with the work of this master, this book is certainly the finest starting point. For those who are very much under his spell, this book is invaluable. Highly Recommended. Grady Harp, November 11
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Excellent book and artist 29 novembre 2012
Par sablich - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
In my opinion, this book is excellent mainly for three reasons: 1- It shows a lot of DETAILS. Since no procedure can actually bring the original colors and matter, I think that's the main contribution a book about painting can do: to show what often is not even noticeable in front of the original painting. 2- It shows two or three work steps in some paintings. I found it extremely useful to show to my students in Painting at the university where I teach. 3- It's very updated, showing paintigs and sculptures even from 2011. I strongly recommend it!
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awesome book!!!!!!!!!! 16 mai 2013
Par RandyYang - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
a great book that introduces readers the great artist. the book cintains most of his paintings and sculptures, and it would be even better if the publisher combines the "Drawings" and this one together (what i think, though) Anyway, it's really a great book if you love the artist's works.
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wonderful 10 octobre 2012
Par JetsonJoe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
If you like or love this artist...this is a good book to have among your shelves...wonderfully large image reproductions and a good overview up to most recent works. It would have been nice to have a bit more about artists methodology...but alas...the images do convey a lot.
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