Words of Wisdom: Robert Brackman, Part I

by Matthew Innis |

Born in 1898, artist Robert Brackman was a painter of Representational canvases who worked during the nadir of the genre’s popularity in America.  This never seemed to bother him, though.  He found much of Contemporary Art and contemporary criticism to be silly, and apparently, not worth his time.  He saw parallels in the constant rise and…

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