Behold the Protong!!! by Stanislav Szukalski, Robert Williams, Edd (Introduction by) starting at $ Behold the Protong!!! has 1 available editions to buy at. Stanisław Szukalski (13 December – 19 May ) was a Polish painter and sculptor, . a book of Szukalski’s art, Inner Portraits, in , and another of his art and philosophy, A Trough Full of Pearls / Behold! The Protong, in Shop our inventory for Behold!!! the Protong by Stanislav Szukalski, Glenn Bray, Robert Williams with fast free shipping on every used book we have in stock!.
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Behold!!! the Protong
His eccentric artwork, which include drawings as well as masterful sculptures, were eventually embraced by an eclectic mixture of notable Southern Californians such as Glenn Bray, Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert Williams and Jim Woodring among many others.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Anyone with an interest in art, art history, sculpture, esoteric sociology, sasquatch, the church of the subgenius, lowbrow art or fringe culture should immediately seek out this book. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. InSzukalski returned to Poland, supported financially by the Minister of the Treasury. Refresh and try again. Szukalski used his considerable artistic talents to illustrate his theories, which, despite their lack of scientific merit, have gained a cult following largely on their aesthetic value.
In his view, humanity was locked in an eternal struggle with the Sons of Yeti “Yetinsyny”the offspring of Yeti and humans, who had enslaved humanity from time immemorial. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Nutmidas rated it it was amazing Sep tje, Shaver claimed he was in contact with monstrous beings who lived beneath the Earth. Books by Stanislav Szukalski.
Daniel rated it really liked it Mar 04, Brian rated it really liked it Jul 22, In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Much of behood work was completed well outside the scrutiny of the modern art world.
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Eric Casteleijn rated it really liked ghe Jun 27, Newer Post Older Post Home. This book represents a partial reprinting of the classics publication.
Simon Bursell rated it really liked it Feb 11, The Protongin The sculpture was to be situated on a large pedestal in the shape of an Aztec pyramid.
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New York, New York: Both gentlemen, in the end, could be considered Outsider Artists. He fled to the United States, where no one recognized him as a celebrated hero. Steve rated it it was amazing Jan 18, During the siege of Warsaw by the German army in SeptemberSzukalski was hurt in the initial bombing attack on Warsaw, which destroyed much of his studio. Cecilia Z rated it really liked it Oct 29, He tried to unravel the origin of geographical names, gods, and symbols that have survived in various forms in various cultures.
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The curator later told me that I was the only writer who’d actually bothered to cover the exhibit, which stunned me. By early November they were among about Americans remaining in Warsaw.
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Fortunately, one can witness in person—for a short time—a slight fragment of the inner lives of these two mad geniuses at the Pasadena City College Art Gallery, prktong least until November 14,the day the exhibit closes.
It was a stunning sight. He claimed that the figures of the god Protogn on Greek vases depict creatures that actually existed, the product of Yeti apes raping human women. The University of Chicago Press.
No trivia or quizzes yet. Shaver painted what he protnog in a valiant attempt to help the rest of the human race witness the apocalyptic images that—he felt—should have been plainly obvious to anyone with eyes to see.