Книга: James Lord «Plausible Portraits of James Lord: With Commentary by the Model»

Plausible Portraits of James Lord: With Commentary by the Model

Book Description Incisive reflections on more than twenty portraits of the author by some of the greatest artists of the last century Over the course of his life as a friend and confidant of artists and collectors, and as a lover of arthimself, James Lord has written some of the best accounts we have of modern aesthetic genius; his biography of Giacometti was widely acclaimed for succeeding, in the words of one reviewer,“in every way as one of the most readable, fascinating and informative documents, not just on an artist, but on art and artists in general” (The Washington Times). And yet through his connection with the great artists of his day, it was inevitable that Lord would himself become the object of theartist’s gaze. In fact, from the time he was a young man, Lord sat for many of the major and minor painters and photographers of his day, including Balthus, Cocteau, Cartier-Bresson, Freud, Giacometti, and Picasso—in all but one case at the...

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James Lord

James Lord is an American bobsledder who competed in the mid 1960s. He won a bronze medal in the four-man event at the 1965 FIBT World Championships in St. Moritz.

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* [http://sports123.com/bob/mw-4.html Bobsleigh four-man world championship medalists since 1930]

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