Karl Knaths: Between Form and Freedom
PAAM exhibition catalogue features major works by Karl Knaths, an early modernist who worked in a cubist idiom. Knaths lived and painted in Provincetown for over fifty years, and throughout his career, drew his iconography from the Provincetown environment, depicting local fisherfolk, docks, shanties, dunes, and moors, and the familiar objects in his house. Exhibition catalog includes essays by Peter Campion, Josephine Del Deo, and David Maril.
Knath’s work resides at the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Phillips Collection holds the largest number of his works including 48 oils, watercolors, woodcuts, collages and a lithograph. PAAM’s own holdings include 39 oils and works on paper.
- 8″ x 10″