Elina Kylm Kylm từ Kaikole, Sri Lanka
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This 1967 paperback, acquired from an outdoor dollar stall in my neighborhood was published by Frederick A. Praeger and is titled American Art Since 1900: A Critical History. This is my second copy, my original having been lent to a non-returner many year ago. Noting its publication date, it would better be titled "American Art from 1900-1965" - anyway, its principal interest is the earlier stuff (since the Abstract Expressionists and beyond have been pretty thoroughly documented). The early part of the century produced the group that called themselves The Eight, although deprecated as The Ash Can School (Robert Henri, William Glackens, John Sloan, George Luks, Everett Shinn et al), Alfred Steiglitz's 291 Fifth Avenue circle and the 1913 Armory show, all of which are quite fascinating. Also of suddenly greater personal interest are the number of early 20th century American painters who did views of the Brooklyn Bridge, many seemingly from the vantage point of the Fulton Ferry Park.
This is one of Koontz's sci-fi stories. I am not typically a science fiction fan but my husband and I got swept up in this one and thoroughly enjoyed it.