March 1992
Modern Painters;Spring92, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p54
Letters from poet Peter Lanyon to Roland Bowden are presented. The letter written on April 20, 1952, stated the criticism of Lanyon on an article made by Bowden concerning the abstract painting works of Lanyon. Another letter written on June 1, 1952 addressed the paintings of Lanyon "Crucifixion" and "Alone." In a letter written on July 20, 1952, Lanyon told about lumping layers of paint into the canvas through his work "Crucifixion."


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