Published March 1990
by MIT List Visual Arts Center .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||33|
Rebecca Purdum: Artist-in-Residence, Fall Paperback – by Wendy Beckett (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Wendy Beckett. Rebecca Purdum, abstract paintings, October [Purdum, Rebecca] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Books and Catalogues. Michael R. Taylor and Gerald Auten "In Residence: Contemporary Artists at Dartmouth" Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College Rebecca Purdum "Making Paintings" New England Review, Vol Number 4/ Stephen Donadio, editor Sister Wendy Beckett. Rebecca Purdum: Abstract Paintings, October [Jack Tilton Gallery; Rebecca Purdum] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Rebecca Purdum: Abstract Paintings, October
Abstract Paintings by Rebecca Purdum. untitled (Ripton ), , 40 x 32 inches, oil on linen. Abstract Paintings by Rebecca Purdum. untitled (Ripton ) 40 x 32" oil on linen An icompendium Site. Rebecca Purdum's representational work evolved over many, many years. At the Atea Ring Gallery in Westport, where she is featured artist, her works include oil paintings and gouache, ink and. Rebecca is a Gothic novel by English author Dame Daphne du concerns an unnamed young woman who impetuously marries a wealthy widower, only to discover that he and his household are haunted by the memory of his late first wife, the title character.
A woman, a man, another woman's shadow; a landscape, a house, a hidden history. These six elements have informed the gothic impulse from Udolpho and Jane Eyre to The Thirteenth du Maurier's Rebecca is crucial to the genre, for in it du Maurier simplified and organized these six elements, refining the narrative, concentrating the mythic, and enriching the ambiguity of her tale. Rebecca Purdum: A Few Words The last correspondence I had with Sister Wendy Beckett was about her book Real Presence. In it she wrote about looking at very early icons and how different that experience was compared to looking at a more typical painting. To me Kandinsky and Rebecca Purdum are both artists who have styles that i like and enjoy. They are similar in the sense that the paintings are a bit abstract. Kandinsky's painting are perhaps extremely abstract whereas Purdum's painting may be abstract. In Purdum's Painting titled Chin Up, the images are vague and blurry. Rebecca Purdum; Rebecca Purdum: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Rebecca Purdum; Jack Tilton Gallery. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: Catalog of an exhibition held at the Jack Tilton Gallery, October Includes text by Jack Tilton.