Seeing Is Forgetting the Name of the Thing One Sees: A Life of Contemporary Artist Robert Irwin Character Descriptions

Lawrence Weschler
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Robert Irwin

This character is the first contemporary California artist to gain recognition on a national level due in large part to his unique approach to art in general and to his own work in particular.

Dr. Ed Wortz

This character agreed to work with an artist in an art and technology program developed by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Overton Irwin

This character was a rather cocky, flamboyant man who owned a thriving construction business in the twenties.

Goldie Irwin

This character was Robert Irwin's mother. She was a young Mormon out of Utah when she married Irwin's father.

Nancy Oburg

This character, seven years younger than Irwin, marries him when he returns from many years away in Europe. The marriage ends in divorce after Irwin's neglect of his personal life over his work.

Joan Tewkesbury

This character is a celebrated scenarist who wrote many...

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