Thursday, April 24, 2014

Nathan Coppedge's Hyper-Cubism: Post-Cubist Drawings and Paintings


Nathan Coppedge developed an oeuvre of astonishing variety, encompassing fourteen or more sub-styles, often inspired by M.C. Escher and the Abstract Expressionists. Working with a roller-ball pen and calligraphy ink, as well as acrylic and watercolor, he produced over a thousand works during a twelve-year period. Here, for the first time, his works are available in a large 8.5 X 11 volume, with glossy full color illustrations: fully 400 pages. It includes both paintings and drawings. Nathan's drawings have also been described as paintings. Viewers have said that Nathan’s work “locks together like a trap.” Yale Art Gallery has suggested that he get his artwork appraised. Here is an opportunity to see the work of a pre-eminent Hyper-Cubist, before it even appears in the major galleries.

Currently listed 9th for "Cubism" search on Amazon!

A link to the purchase page may be found HERE (there is also a Kindle edition).

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