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Milos Sobaic (Hardcover)

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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 0856676624
ISBN-13: 9780856676628
Sku: 210206695
Publish Date: 1/8/2013
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 12H x 11L x 1.25T
Pages:  360
 

Richly illustrated with over 250 colour images, this is the first in-depth study to be published in the English language of leading Serbain artist Milos Sobajic. Sobajic''s work is a torrential outpouring of images in a wide variety of forms--paintings, sculptures, installations, and works that combine both painting and sculpture. These have gained him recognition as the leading Serbian artist of his generation, and led to comparisons with Francis Bacon, the classical surrealism of Salvador Dali, and the romanticism of Gericault. The book includes a complete catalogue of his work, along with a collection of essays.

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Richly illustrated with over 250 color images, this is the first in-depth study to be published in the English language of leading Serbain artist Milos Sobajic. Sobajic's work is a torrential outpouring of images in a wide variety of forms - paintings, sculptures, installations, and works that combine both painting and sculpture. These have gained him recognition as the leading Serbian artist of his generation, and led to comparisons with Francis Bacon, the classical surrealism of Salvador Dali, and the romanticism of Géricault. The book includes a complete catalogue of his work, along with a collection of essays.

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Product attributeBook Format:   Hardcover
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0360
Product attributePublisher:   Philip Wilson Publishers
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