Renee Riese Hubert (essay date 1977)
SOURCE: “Writers as Art Critics: Three Views of the Painting of Paul Klee,” in Contemporary Literature, Vol. 18, 1977, pp. 75–92.
[In the following essay, Hubert discusses Crevel's written criticism of the artist Paul Klee.]
Many major French writers have devoted critical essays to painting and, in a sense, have created a new literary genre. Eluard, Aragon, Leiris, Apollinaire, Bonnefoy, among them, have provided a wide range of examples of what appears to be by now almost an established genre quite...
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