An artist's Venice / Arbit Blatas ; introduction by Regina Resnik ; prefaces, Mario Stefani ... [et al.] ; texts taken from Piero Aretino ... [et al.] Blatas, Arbit

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Arbit Blatas, the internationally renowned artist has lived and worked in the legendary city of Venice for many years. Her mysterious and incandescent beauty inspired some of his most luminous landscapes and are found among the finest collections in the world. The diverse facets of his art in this book include the now famous sculptures dedicated to the Holocaust in the Historic Ghetto of Venice and his theater designs for the Gran Teatro La Fenice. The paintings are accompanied by the prose and poetry of the great writers and composers, whose words about Venice evoke the pictures. Among them are Lord Byron, Henry James, George Sand, Mark Twain, Ernest Hemingway, Richard Wagner, Peter I. Tchaikowsky, John Ruskin, Marcel Proust and Wolfgang Goethe.
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