The relationship between art and literature is closest in the works of the double-talented artist. Relationships on the physical, formal and personal level involve the artist and his tools, aesthetic forms, communication, and private signs and symbols. In its methodology and theoretical positions, this volume should prove indispensable to students of interrelationships in the arts.
New York, Bern, Frankfurt/M., Paris, 1991. 292 pp., fig.
Contents: The artist/writer and his implements. Aesthetic form in written and graphic works. Communication in words and pictures
and their role in personal myth. The double talent as mutual reinforcement.