The Body Invisible: a Portrait of Mardsen Hartley
Daniel Kany provides a brief biography of the Maine-borne artist Marsden Hartley. He describes several of his works and notes that some of his portraits do not portray a person, but rather symbolic representations of them, which may have laid the groundwork for his becoming "America's greatest modernist painter. [images]
Hartley, Marsden, 1877-1943--Criticism and interpretation, Modernism (Art)
Kany, Daniel, "The Body Invisible: a Portrait of Mardsen Hartley" (2016). Maine News Index – Portland Monthly. 2039.
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