Concerned with “mysterious centers of thought”, Gauguin, Redon and Carriere believed that to define a form too precisely was to rob it of its imaginative resonance and nuanced feeling.  The French artists and poets of this circle became known as the “Symbolists” within which Carriere was a central figure.  Monograph with introduction by Robert Rosenblum and extensive text by Dr. Robert Bantens


Kent Fine Art, New York, 1989

132 pp. 52 color plates. 28 black and white plates. Clothbound.