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by John Castagno

  • Author: John Castagno
  • ISBN: 0810832933
  • ISBN13: 978-0810832930
  • ePub: 1731 kb | FB2: 1252 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: History & Criticism
  • Publisher: Scarecrow Press (February 12, 1998)
  • Pages: 688
  • Rating: 4.6/5
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Latin American Artists' Signatures and Monograms ePub download

John Castagno is a multimedia artist and sculptor.

John Castagno is a multimedia artist and sculptor.

Artists' Signatures incorporates the contents of all 17 of John Castagno's books as well as additional corrections . Latin American Artists: Colonial Era to 1996, Signatures and Monograms, raphical and exhibition information, etc. Published 1996.

Latin American Artists: Colonial Era to 1996, Signatures and Monograms, raphical and exhibition information, etc. American Artists: Signatures and Monograms, Vol. II 1800-2005 published, 2005. European Artists: Signatures and Monograms, Vol.

John Castagno's Artists' Signatures and Monograms have become the standard reference source for galleries, museums, libraries, and collectors around the world. Whether used to identify, authenticate, or verify signatures and works of both well-known and little-known artists, Castagno's work has no equal. In the first volume of European Artists Signatures and Monograms, 1800-1990 (Scarecrow, 1990), Castagno provided identification for more than 4,800 artists' signatures, along with biographical information and reference sources.

His books contain separate lists of artists who have signed their works with pseudonyms .

His books contain separate lists of artists who have signed their works with pseudonyms, nicknames, first and/or middle names, or with partial last names. Among them are Philip Guston (who signed his name both Philip and Phillip ), Larry Rivers ( Larry ), and Mario Sironi ( SIR ).

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Castagno, John, ed. American Artists: Signatures and Monograms, 1800–1989 (Vols. Scarecrow Press, 1990–2009. Scarecrow Press, 1990. Castagno, John, ed. European Artists: Signatures and Monograms, 1800-1990. Falk, Peter Hastings, ed. Dictionary of Signatures and Monograms of American Artists. Sound View Press, 1988

Latin American Artists' Signatures and Monograms: Colonial Era to 1996. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 1997.

Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1991. European Artists: Signatures and Monograms, 1800–1990, Including Selected Artists from Other Parts of the World. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1990. Latin American Artists' Signatures and Monograms: Colonial Era to 1996. Old Masters: Signatures and Monograms, 1400–Born 1800. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 1996. Caplan, H. H. and Bob Creps. In the first volume of American Artists: Signatures and Monograms, 1800-1989 (Scarecrow, 1990), Castagno provided identification for more than 5,000 artists' signatures, along with biographical information and reference sources

His five other directories are the best in their fields and his sixth is equally superior. It lists 1,100 artists and includes 1,650 signature examples. This book marks a bit of a departure for Castagno as he has enhanced the amount of data contained within each entry to the point where it effectively doubles as an artist.

Latin American art is the combined artistic expression of South America, Central America, the Caribbean, and Mexico, as well as Latin Americans living in other regions. The art has roots in the many different indigenous cultures that inhabited the Americas before European colonization in the 16th century. The indigenous cultures each developed sophisticated artistic disciplines, which were highly influenced by religious and spiritual concerns

In addition to the artists' signatures, each entry includes, if applicable, nationality, birth and death dates, key letters to a listing of reference sources, and the most recent auction results (if any) of the last twenty years. Most entries also include some of the following information: birthplace, schools, countries of work/travel, retrospective/solo/group exhibitions, awards, review and literature sources, and gallery agents.
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