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Writers' & Artists' Yearbook. Just tell us the title of your book, what it’s about, and then read your opening three or four sentences
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It is published in the UK each July, alongside the Children's Writers' & Artists' Yearbook.
Andrew J. Schwartz has written: 'America and the Russo-Finnish War' - subject(s): Diplomatic history, Foreign relations, Russo-Finnish War, 1939-1940. What has the author Sanford J Smoller written? Sanford J. Smoller has written: 'Adrift among geniuses' - subject(s): American Authors, Americans, Biography, History, Intellectual life, Literature publishing.
The Art World (The Art Galleries). December 7, 1987 Issue.
Fiction & Poetry. Humor & Cartoons. The Art World (The Art Galleries). 1987 12 07 151 TNY CARDS 000136273. September 8, 1986 Issue.
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Sanford Schwartz explores the relationships between the artist's personal and intellectual background and his oeuvre. Robert Storr situates Downes in the context of a number of highly prominent contemporary artists such as Chuck Close, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Jasper Johns, Gerhard Richter, and Robert Smithson in a way that offers a new interpretation of Downes's work, while making clear its importance within twentieth-century art.