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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    Jeremy Lewison
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    1849760128
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    978-1849760126
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    Tate (June 1, 2012)
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    272 pages
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The exhibition catalogue is for sale in the museum shop at the special price of 279 SEK during the exhibition (publishers . Assisterande intendent Jo Widoff och curator Jeremy Lewison. Photo: Prallan Allsten/Moderna Museet.

The exhibition catalogue is for sale in the museum shop at the special price of 279 SEK during the exhibition (publishers price 390 SEK). The exhibition is organised by Moderna Museet in collaboration with Staatsgalerie Stuttgart and Tate Liverpool. Moderna Museet, 8 October 2011–15 January 2012 Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, 11 February–28 May 2012 Tate Liverpool, 22 June–28 October 2012.

Turner Monet Twombly makes a powerful case for a relationship between three of the world’s greatest artists: English Romantic J. M. W. Turner (1775–1851). Jeremy Lewison is a freelance curator and art consultant, as well as the author of Moore and Looking at Barnett Newman. Series: Moderna Museet Exhibition Catalogue. Hardcover: 272 pages. Publisher: Tate (June 1, 2012).

Turner Monet Twombly: Later Paintings. The exhibition is curated by Jeremy Lewison, formerly Tate Director of Collections and now an independent curator, assisted by Jo Widoff, Moderna Museet and at Tate Liverpool by Eleanor Clayton. Turner Monet Twombly: Later Paintings, exhibition guide Introduction. Turner Monet Twombly: Later Paintings. Room 1: Beauty, Power, Space.

Turner Monet Twombly book. In the cases of Turner and Twombly, both were inspired by mythology, classicism, and the landscapes of Italy.

Turner, Monet, Twombly: Later Paintings Moderna Museet 8 October 2011 – 15 January 2012 J. Turner . Turner, Claude Monet and Cy Twombly are three of the greatest painters of the last 150 years. In the autumn of 2011, Moderna Museet will bring together a groundbreaking exhibition focusing on later works by the three artists. The exhibition Turner, Monet, Twombly: Later Paintings, curated by Jeremy Lewison, is organized by Moderna Museet and will tour to Germany and the UK in 2012.

Moderna Museet Exhibition Catalogue. Jeremy Lewison is a freelance curator and art consultant and the author of Moore and Looking at Barnet Newman show more. By (author) Jeremy Lewison.

JEREMY LEWISON is an art curator and consultant who earned his stripes as director of collections at Tate. Recently he lent his talents to the Moderna Museet in Stockholm for an exhibition called Turner, Monet, Twombly: Later Paintings, which shows the American artist, Cy Twombly, alongside two of Europe's best-loved painters.

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Turner Monet Twombly makes a powerful case for a relationship between three of the world’s greatest artists: English Romantic J. M. W. Turner (1775–1851), French Impressionist Claude Monet (1840–1926), and American abstract painter Cy Twombly (1928–2011). Monet’s interest in Turner is well documented, while Twombly’s passion for both artists is less so. Focusing on each artist’s later paintings, author Jeremy Lewison highlights interests and themes they share, despite the centuries that separated them. All three were masters of color and shared an intensity and confidence borne of age. They also overlapped in their interest in Romanticism, the sublime, memory, and mourning. In the cases of Turner and Twombly, both were inspired by mythology, classicism, and the landscapes of Italy. Lewison’s insightful text also makes wider points about a so-called “late style”: a combination of physical changes to the artist’s body, a preoccupation with posterity, and a growing sense of the diminishment of time. Extensively and beautifully illustrated, this major survey sheds new light on achievements never previously considered together.


Kerdana
Not even a runner up, but okay because of the excellent idea of putting these together. With better choices ( maybe these were all that were available - it has that look ) and larger illustrations ( why a postcard size on a full page ? ) it really could have been something terrific. Good color is difficult to come by in illustrations of the older two, and they seem like the same old tired plates
already used several years ago several times. The text is excellent in my opinion, interesting and full of information. The plates
are a major disappointment with a few, mostly Twombly, illustrations.
Whitegrove
Instead of trying to understand art as an objective way of grouping people, the main interest in this book for me was about people working differently as they age. Things might get done quicker because with all that has been slow,we lose interest in what has never been as exciting as frantic efforts to approach activities differently. Paint that drips has a dynamic look that the neater techniques of modern art seemed to fear. Flowers at the top of a picture with long thin drips coming down reminded me of Cy Twombly more every time I turned the page and saw how one painter became more modern than the masters of water scenes had been.