W. Barns-Graham: a studio life (paperback)
First published by Lund Humphries in 2001 A Studio Life is the only major monograph that investigates the entirety of Wilhelmina Barns-Graham’s life and work. This second edition (2011) has been revised, improved and expanded with a Coda that covers the final three years of the artist’s life.
Review: '...long overdue book...this meticulously researched, sumptuously illustrated publication is really a particular and personal history of British modern art;...This is a welcome addition to the critical writings on 20th-century British art and politics.' Galleries Magazine
About the Author: Lynne Green is an art historian whose specialist fields are British modernism and contemporary art. She was the co-founder and former editor of Contemporary Art (now Contemporary) magazine and was formerly an exhibition organiser at the Hayward Gallery before becoming curator of Southampton City Art Gallery. Her previous publications include Painting with Smoke: David Roberts Raku Potter (2000, revised edition 2009) and Yorkshire Sculpture Park: Landscape for Art (2008).
24.89 x 2.29 x 29.01 cm
344 printed pages
188 colour, and 42 black & white
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