Posts Tagged ‘Andrew Wyeth’

  1. “Oddly overlooked aesthetic connections”


    December 25, 2017 by AK

    As I’ve said, James Panero’s recent piece on the painter Andrew Wyeth does not seem particularly well-reasoned to me. Nevertheless, it does a service to the reading public as it points out that painters can be influenced by filmmakers, not only the other way round. There are plenty of examples of directors and cameramen drawing …
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  2. “The idioms of one medium through the materials of another”?


    December 20, 2017 by AK

    James Panero of The New Criterion has produced a puzzling review of “the traveling exhibition, ‘Andrew Wyeth: In Retrospect’.” Wyeth manipulated his compositions much like a silent film director… In his lack of authenticity and his chilly sentiment, Wyeth was decidedly unmodern. His artifice might be considered postmodern, even contemporary, as he processed the idioms …
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