Modern Art and the Object: A Century of Changing Attitudes

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Contents
Preface to the Revised Edition by Athena Tacha7
Preface9
1.
Modern Art and the Object from
Nineteenth-century Nature Painting to Conceptual Art
10
2.
The Object Painted and the Painted Object
in Quiet Collision
65
Cézanne's Truth 65
Cézanne and a Pine Tree 71
3.
The Mountain in the Painting
and the Painting in the Mountain
78
A Nineteenth-century American Nature Painter:
John F. Kensett
78
John Marin's Vision of Nature 94
4.
The Painting Freed97
On the Role of the Object in Analytic Cubism 97
5.
'I amNature'110
Jackson Pollock and Nature 110
Arcadia Enclosed: The Boxes of Joseph Cornell 118
American Attitudes towards Art and Experience 125
Diebenkorn's Woman by a Large Window131

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