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The third volume in his definitive series on the subject, Louis K. Meisel's Photorealism at the Millennium documents the movement's evolution through the 1990s. More than 600 full-color images, including such distinctive works as Tom Blackwell's Odalisque Express (1992-93), Richard Estes's Spring Afternoon, Madison Square, New York (1999- 2000), and Ralph Goings's Duke Diner (1999), represent the decade. Ron Kleemann, Richard McLean, David Parrish, John Salt: every major Photorealist and many of Meisel's recent discoveries are featured. Begun in the early 1970s, Meisel's ongoing chronicle of an entire contemporary movement is unique-the first ever attempted in art history-and Linda Chase's insightful essay places the paintings in context. Extensive, exhaustive, engaging, this is the catalogue raisonné of Photorealism

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