This was the book that really made me aware of the brilliance of John Piper and of his importance in that peculiar niche he occupies in art. A child of his times, he experimented with abstract art but abandoned it as having no real depth to it. Instead, he developed an amalgamation of figurative and abstract based largely on the built landscape - as a result he produced fresh and exciting work with calligraphic elements and sweeps of texture and colour. I owe a great debt to this book!
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