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Auguste Strindberg: Painter, Writer

Auguste Strindberg: Painter, Writer (Paperback)

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Freshly commissioned essays on Strindberg's photography by David Campany and on the artist's scenography for Mary Stuart complete this illuminating survey of a remarkable artist. This beautifully illustrated book accompanies the first major exhibition of Strindberg's paintings in the UK, to be held at Tate Modern in 2005.

Olle Granath, curator of the exhibition at Tate Modern, is former Director of the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm and a respected scholar of Strindberg's work. David Campany is Senior Lecturer in department of History and Theory of Photography at Surrey Institute of Art and Design University College. Goran Soderstrom is the leading expert on Strindberg as a pictorial artist.

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