Kirjastus: MART LEPP

Kategooria: Eesti kunst
2008 aasta


Rahva Raamat
Hetkel pole saadaval
Dive into the world of Estonian avant-garde with the book "Ülo Sooster. Varajane looming," which offers an in-depth look at the early works of one of Estonia's most prominent avant-garde artists, Ülo Sooster. Born into the turmoil of World War II, Sooster began his artistic journey during 1943-1944 in Tartu, a city where the historic Pallas Art School had transformed into the Higher Art Courses.

This book delves into Sooster's initial forays into art, which are characterized by an impressionistic style. Among his early works, the landscapes of Hiiumaa stand out as some of the most notable pieces from this period. These early paintings showcase Sooster's burgeoning talent and hint at the unique artistic voice that would come to define his later works.

"Ülo Sooster. Varajane looming" is not just a collection of images; it's a narrative of an artist's evolution during a time of change and uncertainty. As you turn the pages, you'll be transported to the Estonian countryside, experiencing the raw beauty that inspired Sooster's impressionistic landscapes. This book is a must-read for art enthusiasts and historians alike, offering a rare glimpse into the formative years of a master whose influence still resonates in the art world today.