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    Roger Hull
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    Distributed by University of Washington Press (2002)
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Born in Czechoslovakia, Jan Zach (1914-1986) trained as an artist in Prague, traveled to New York in 1938 to help prepare the Czech pavilion for the New York World's Fair, and never returned home because of the Nazi invasion and later Communist takeover. He settled permanently in Eugene in 1958 when he became a professor of sculpture at the University of Oregon.

The Life and Art of Jan Zach. Published June 2003 by Hallie Ford Museum of Art.

Publication, Distribution, et. . Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Willamette University ; Seattle . Distributed by University of Washington Press, (c)2002. Physical Description: 88 p. : ill. (some co. ;, 22 x 28 cm. General Note: "Published in connection with an exhibition arranged by the Hallie Ford Museum of Art at Willamette University. February 1-March 29, 2003)" .

Includes bibliographical references (p. 80-85). Personal Name: Zach, Jan, 1914-1986. Includes bibliographical references (p. Corporate Name: Hallie Ford Museum of Art. Download now Intersections : the life and art of Jan Zach Roger Hull.

Intersections: The Life and Art of Jan Zach. Salem: Hallie Ford Museum of Art, 2003. Jan Zach Papers, Pacific Northwest Artists Archive, Willamette University Archives, Salem, Oregon. Zach, Jan. "Imagery, Light and Motion in My Sculptures. Leonardo 3 (1970): 265-287.

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Zachary Wood represents everyone, and he does so with dignity, clarity, kindness, and great courage, which comes across loud and clear in this phenomenal book, Uncensored. Zachary’s story of resilience, compassion, and conviction will be read by millions, and I’ll be pushing for it to be a book that’s assigned in high school classrooms everywhere. He teaches-and shows-us how to resolve and heal some of our deepest conflict-with true curiosity, empathy, and openness. Amy Cuddy, New York Times bestselling author of Presence.

Intersection: Books and Life, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. His quintessential style of painting has rendered him an unmistakable icon for the art of flesh: rotund shapes, wildly inflated limbs, blownup heads, and tiny eyes. Botero’s trademark for art is a comic and playful disregard for proportion which manifests his indulgence in human figures. Intersection: Books and Life. 7 January ·. On Abandoning the Pursuit of Happiness.

Born in Czechoslovakia, Jan Zach (1914-1986) trained as an artist in Prague, traveled to New York in 1938 to help prepare the Czech pavilion for the New York World's Fair, and never returned home because of the Nazi invasion and later Communist takeover. He settled permanently in Eugene in 1958 when he became a professor of sculpture at the University of Oregon. In his intersection with Oregon, Zach brought an international perspective on culture, art, and politics that was unusual among artists of the Pacific Northwest. His importance is based partly on his grafting of European modernism with Northwest regionalism - an intersection that resulted in a wide variety of sculpture, from rough hewn beach logs to stainless steel kinetic constructions. The diversity of his production is unified by the elements that most fascinated him: light, movement, and time, and by his relentless call for human freedom and resistance to oppression. This book explores Zach's place in European and New World art of the mid-twentieth century, interweaving an account of Zach's colorful life with an assessment of his artwork - from his early paintings and commercial illustrations to his mature work as a major Northwest sculptor. Roger Hull is professor of art history at Willamette University, in Salem, Oregon.