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The first print is lavishly illustrated offering a side-by-side view of the painters despite 25 years spent together and famous for each. This important catalog is a reference work that…

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The first print is lavishly illustrated offering a side-by-side view of the painters despite 25 years spent together and famous for each. This important catalog is a reference work that combines the creative relationship that united John Mitchell (1925-1992), an American painter often associated with the second generation of the New York School of Experimental Expressions and Jean Paul Reubel (1923-2002).

Thus, this catalog, which is associated with 25 years or more of common life (1955-1979) of this extraordinary pair over 25 years of production. It was prepared by the period and specialists Mitchell and Ryubel, will be a tool for readers to refine their appreciation of these two main bodies of action from the second half of the twentieth century.

It will also highlight the formal, aesthetic and spiritual ties that have promoted their creative practices. For the first time ever, a publication will focus on their relationship, from their first encounter in 1955 to their disintegration in 1979.

Consisting of 60 remarkable works (mostly large-format paintings, a few works on paper, and archival materials) The artists, who have shared each other's lives for almost a quarter of a century, first in Paris and then in Theoil (in the Seine Valley), developed very distinctive bodies of work and studio techniques while engaging in a rich dialogue on abstract art. It is clear that their taste for Impressionist heritage, nature, and tendency to provoke brought them together.

Their concept of painting and their methods proved to be very individual, deeply influenced by their love and their relationship to their environment. Whether this attention is directed at the similarities and differences between works that deal with the same subject, or the decorations and inspiration of each, this book will draw a wonderful picture of two prominent figures in the international movement extracted..



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