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Sean Henry: Time Being
Published to accompany Sean Henry’s 2016 solo show ‘Time Being’ at Osborne Samuel in London.
Sean Henry: The Way It Is
A new catalogue covering the exhibition Sean Henry: The Way It Is at Osborne Samuel Gallery in May 2012. Printed in softback with 45 colour pages, containing an essay by Art Critic Ann Elliott.
Sean Henry: Conflux
This book is published to mark the largest exhibition to date of sculptor Sean Henry’s work, set in the spectacular surroundings of Salisbury Cathedral.
Sean Henry at Glyndebourne
Published on the occasion of Sean Henry’s solo exhibition of sculptures and drawings at Glydndebourne Opera House, Sussex, England, from May 18 – August 25, 2013.
This is the first major monograph on Sean Henry, featuring stunning photography of his sculptures and drawings from the artist’s own archives...
The Dancer on the Horse: Reflections on the Art of Iranna GR
Iranna's art is thought to be a stylistic challenge to postmodernism, using instead the representative, idealistic and modernist language of contemporary Indian painting. 128pp with 180 colour illustrations.
Balraj Khanna: Born in India Made in England
Born in India Made in England tells his life story, warts and all. The first part evokes the atmosphere of the India of his youth and later sections describe, with telling observation, England and the English he encountered in the 1960s. 256pp.
Krishen Khanna: The Embrace of Love
In an output of painting that exceeds fifty years, Khanna attracts more than one reading of his work. His paintings and drawings emerge as nuanced narratives in which the artist plays out his formal concerns, as well as the shifting and unfolding theatre of human relationships. 120pp.
A comprehensive and well illustrated study of John Henry Kingerlee the noted Irish artist. 280pp
Aptly described as ‘an artist’s artist’, Peter Kinley (1926-1988) was a well-respected painter who achieved great early success and commanded much attention during his lifetime. His work was extensively reviewed during his career, but little has been published about it since his death over twenty years ago. This book, the first substantial monograph on Kinley, redresses this omission. 128pp
Peter Kinley: Painting and Sculpture
This catalogue accompanied the Peter Kinley: Painting & Sculpture exhibition held at Osborne Samuel Gallery May 2006. Includes essays by Norbert Lynton and Catherine Kinley. 52pp
Robert Klippel (Illustrated Edition)
A substantial monograph on this important Australian sculptor. Published 1983, 491pp.