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Fumage

Fumage, gouache, and color pencil work, by Antonio Muñiz, 22" x 30"

Fumage is a Otto Piene, Antonio Muñiz, Bimal Banerjee, Hugh Parker Guiler, Steven Spazuk and Adam Blakemore.[4]

Contents

  • In popular media 1
  • Scholarship 2
  • See also 3
  • Notes 4
  • External links 5

In popular media

Guiler's usage of the fumage technique is depicted briefly in the 1987 film Henry and June and his fumage pictures were often used as the covers for his wife Anaïs Nin's books.[5]

Scholarship

Scholar Jiri Georg Dokoupil. (Link Thesis)

See also

Notes

  1. ^ However, Daniel C. Boyer has employed a cigarette lighter in a similar manner.
  2. ^ Barnitz, Jacqueline (2001). Twentieth-Century Art of Latin America. University of Texas Press. p. 116.  
  3. ^ Aspley, Keith (2010). Historical Dictionary of Surrealism. Scarecrow Press. pp. 209–210.  
  4. ^ Chaitanya, Krishna (1994). History of Indian Painting: The Modern Period. Abhinav Pubns. p. 240.  
  5. ^ Herron, Paul (1996). Anaïs Nin: a book of mirrors. Sky Blue Press. p. 49.  
  6. ^ Flanagan, Mary (2009). Critical Play: Radical Game Design. The MIT Press. p. 158.  

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