Thursday, August 23, 2012

"The essential originality of Pissarro in his art--powerfully incarnated in this group of four works--is that [he] was a proponent of a kind of painting that was representational, but non-illustrative. No ulterior meaning, no symbols, no allegories, no aesthetic program, or even ideological manifestos were ever the 'subject-matter' of his work."

Out-of-print Christies catalog on this amazing four-part work arrived this afternoon, totally pertinent to several in-process photographs. 

Rackstraw Downes must know these pictures too.

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