by Alan BisbortCharles Bragg is among the most gifted American artists of the twentieth century. His technique is masterly, his subject matter profound. For every image that makes us laugh, there is a penetrating commentary on the human condition; for every bawdy caricature, a stunningly beautiful portrait.This is the most complete Bragg collection ever published, with 130 color plates and 50 black-and-white reproductions. The text offers a biographical overview and investigates Bragg's inspirations, motivations, and techniques.
Like Bragg's paintings, which reveal more of themselves with every viewing, The Works is a book of enduring value, presenting a collection of art that one can go back to and live in, over and over again.
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