Once Removed: The Nature of Representation


James Prosek paints flora and fauna, but first became known for his paintings of trout. This essay situates Prosek's paintings, especially those at the Lowe Museum exhibit, within the long tradition of the depiction of nature. The essay comments on the relationship between the representation of nature and the nature of representation.

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Tanya Kelley, PhD
University of Missouri, Kansas City


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