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Serial imagery is a central idea of modern and contemporary art. The Impressionists and their contemporaries were the first to use it, for example Claude Monet in his Poplars, Haystacks or Rouen Cathedral.

John Coplans supplied the first critical approach in an exhibition at the Pasadena Art Museum in 1968.

Literature

  • John Coplans: Serial Imagery, exh. cat. Pasadena Art Museum 1968, New York Graphic Society, 1968





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