Vassilieff and His Art by Felicity St John Moore

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December 2012–January 2013, no. 347
Felicity St John Moore: Vassilieff and His Art

Vassilieff and His Art

by Felicity St John Moore

Macmillan Art Books, $69.95 pb, 231 pp, 9781921394874

Vassilieff and His Art by Felicity St John Moore

Reviewed by
December 2012–January 2013, no. 347

Having attempted to connect with the art of painting by submitting to instruction on how to represent ‘apples and bananas and pumpkins and plaster casts’, Danila Vassilieff realised ‘it was all a waste of time, it was meaningless to me … That was dead life and I wanted to paint living life, life and nature and people in action and movement.’

Felicity St John Moore: Vassilieff and His Art

Vassilieff and His Art

by Felicity St John Moore

Macmillan Art Books, $69.95 pb, 231 pp, 9781921394874

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comment (1)

  • Dear Felicity and Richard,
    Thank you for the documentary of Danila Vassilieff - it is very done in both, the story and the production. The Russian music and choir an utter delight.
    At the first opportunity I will purchase the book 'Vassilieff and his Art'
    Posted by Constance Bruce
    08 September 2017

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