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Representations of Irrepresentability:
The Painted Portrait in the Twentieth-Century in the Works of
Edvard Munch, Francis Bacon, and Marlene Dumas

University of Amsterdam, 2020

This study proposes an understanding of the genre of painted portraiture in the twentieth-century that reaches beyond traditional notions of representation based on the Cartesian belief in a unique subjectivity. The study analyzes how this new type of portraiture functions in the works of Edvard Munch, Francis Bacon, and Marlene Dumas – emphasizing the novel ways these artists challenge the notion of representation as something reflecting an external, stable reality. 

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Maria Radna:
Short historic and artistic monograph of the papal basilica and the monastic complex

Carmel Print, 2011

The papal basilica and Franciscan monastery Maria Radna is considered to be one of the most significant religious, cultural, historical, and artistic sites from the historical region of Banat.  This volume offers an overarching view of this historical pilgrimage place from a historic and artistic perspective, for the first time in Romanian. 

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