Letters and autobiographical notes, 1952-1958.
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French painter and designer, whose work had affinities to the Cubist movement yet remained distinct from it. Though Bissière was known principally for his painting, trouble with his eyesight led him to explore other art forms such as tapestry, stained glass and sculpture. From the description of Letters and autobiographical notes, 1952-1958. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 83101923 ...
A Belgian painter who became an influential art critic and historian after World War II, Gindertael specialized in 20th century artists. He published widely in Beaux-arts (Brussels) and Art d'aujourd'hui. From the description of Letters received, 1951-1964. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 79695482 The Belgian painter Roger van Gindertael (1899-1982) settled in Paris after WWII, and became an influential critic and historian of art, specializing in 20th centur...