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Donald Sultan: In the Still-Life Tradition

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The still-life painting tradition has been constant one in our society. The representation of an assemblage of objects from the everyday world has captivated artists and their audiences throughout history. Whether considering Dutch 17th-century paintings or cubist compositions, the interest remains constant. Donald Sultan's works fit perfectly in this tradition, while at t...more
Hardcover, 71 pages
Published January 1st 2000 by Memphis Brooks Museum of Art
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David Glenn Dixon
The most poorly assembled catalog I've encountered in 15 years of writing about art. I finally just walked the book through the show so I could mark flipped photos, reproductions that didn't represent the final state of the painting, etc. The exhibition itself was much better:

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Oranges and Lemons
By Glenn Dixon • June 16, 2000

"Donald Sultan: In the Still-Life Tradition"
At the Corcoran Museum of Art to July 17

Traced to its source, still life...more
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