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Cave Dwellings

Cave Dwellings THE ART OF JAMA Deforrest Judd Carrie A. Butt n an effort to create a new type of universal art idiom, included such figures as Jackson Pollock and Willem de many midcentury American artists looked to native or, Kooning (JAMA cover, April 23, 1973). Yet regionalist outposts I more pejoratively, primitive cultures for inspiration. of modernism could be found in all parts of the United States, Totemic figures from Oceania, African and Polynesian masks, including Texas, the state where artist Deforrest Judd (1916- ancient pictograms, and symbols culled from pottery and 1992) lived and worked throughout his career. cave paintings were all confidently plucked from their cul- Judd was born in Hartsgrove, Ohio, in 1918 and studied at tural contexts and incorporated into contemporary works. the Cleveland Institute of Art, graduating in 1939. He was Artists coupled these motifs with expressionistic brush- subsequently awarded a scholarship to the Colorado Springs strokes and drips and splatters of paint, a combinative strat- Fine Arts Center where he studied under artists Boardman egy of symbolism and process they hoped would help view- Robinson and Otis Dozier (The Art of JAMA, June 16, 2016) ers tap into a Jungian collective unconscious and would http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Cave Dwellings

JAMA , Volume 316 (5) – Aug 2, 2016

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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright 2016 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0098-7484
eISSN
1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.2015.14408
pmid
27483055
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Abstract

THE ART OF JAMA Deforrest Judd Carrie A. Butt n an effort to create a new type of universal art idiom, included such figures as Jackson Pollock and Willem de many midcentury American artists looked to native or, Kooning (JAMA cover, April 23, 1973). Yet regionalist outposts I more pejoratively, primitive cultures for inspiration. of modernism could be found in all parts of the United States, Totemic figures from Oceania, African and Polynesian masks, including Texas, the state where artist Deforrest Judd (1916- ancient pictograms, and symbols culled from pottery and 1992) lived and worked throughout his career. cave paintings were all confidently plucked from their cul- Judd was born in Hartsgrove, Ohio, in 1918 and studied at tural contexts and incorporated into contemporary works. the Cleveland Institute of Art, graduating in 1939. He was Artists coupled these motifs with expressionistic brush- subsequently awarded a scholarship to the Colorado Springs strokes and drips and splatters of paint, a combinative strat- Fine Arts Center where he studied under artists Boardman egy of symbolism and process they hoped would help view- Robinson and Otis Dozier (The Art of JAMA, June 16, 2016) ers tap into a Jungian collective unconscious and would

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Published: Aug 2, 2016

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