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Marsden Hartley: Adventurer in the Arts offers a fresh appraisal of this pioneering modernist, whose work continues to be celebrated for its spirituality and experimentation. Rick Kinsel’s introduction provides an overview of the manifold ways in which Hartley’s peripatetic life shaped his artistic vision. Essays by William Low, Emily Schuchardt Navratil and Kinsel explore works and artefacts in the Marsden Hartley Memorial Collection of Bates College Museum of Art in Maine; Hartley’s love of the circus, a recurrent theme that reflected his desire for escape; and the painting Schiff, created in Berlin in 1915 with imagery from both Native American material culture and German folk art.
Artist: Marsden Hartley
Authors: Rick Kinsel, William Low, Emily Schuchardt-Navratil, forward by Dan Mills
Publisher: Merrell Publishing in association with the Vilcek Foundation
Details: Hardcover with jacket, 212 pages, 215 illustrations 29 x 25 cm (11.5 x 9.75 in)
Exhibition: Marsden Hartley: Adventurer in the Arts
Dates: September 20 – November 19, 2021