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Wallace Putnam (1899-1989) burst upon the New York art scene in 1936 with a large assemblage provocatively entitled Agog, prominently displayed in the entranceway to a major exhibition of Dadaist and Surrealist art at The Museum of Modern Art. Though he went on to create a highly innovative body of work that was shown in major museums, Putnam remains underappreciated, deserving of the reassessment that this first study of his art will stimulate. Putnam's work is largely figurative, with elements of abstraction. Art lovers ...

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