The third volume of Updike's collected art criticism.
In one essay he ponders what makes American art 'american'. In others, he considers the works of great European favorites such as Monet, Degas, Vuillard, Klimt, Beckmann, Miro and Magritte. Finally, Oldenburg and Lichtenstein prompt an essay on the nature of Pop Art.
Hardcover with jacket. 206 pages with many color illustrations.