- Philip Guston Montreal, Canada, 1913 - Woodstock, New York, USA, 1980
- Technique:Black chalk on paper
- Dimensions:Support: 45,3 x 52,5 cm
- Category: Work on paper, Drawing
- Entry date:2008
- Register number:AD05001
His numerous series of drawings show his return to the human figure and objects; he presents the drawings in series and individually, but they always have a tone of absolutes: hooded figures, shoe soles, irons, buildings, books and so on. These are objects that explored the poetic side of the material world around him, providing some response to current events like the Vietnam War and the social and racial conflicts of the late 1960s and early 1970s, which Guston used to map out his vision of reality.
Ruth Gallego Fernández
Guston, Philip ( 1913-1980)New York : David McKee Gallery, 1987.
Guston, Philip ( 1913-1980)San Francisco : Museum of Modern Art, 1980.
Guston, Philip ( 1913-1980)Washington : Phillips Collection, 1981.
Guston, Philip ( 1913-1980)Barcelona : Fundacio Caixa de Pensions, 1989.
Guston, Philip ( 1913-1980)Ostfildern : Hatje Cantz,