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The catalogue includes a short essay by Peter Davies on the artist and his place amongst the great sculptors of the 20th century.
Catalogue from Osborne Samuel LLP exhibition ‘Lynn Chadwick’ 4 – 27 November 2004.
Prunella Clough was one of the best and most original artists to emerge in the second half of the twentieth century.
Uplifting and engaging, this biography by Ian Collins recounts the life and career of rebellious 20th Century British artist John Craxton. 384pp.
This new book which accompanied the exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery illustrates over 120 linocuts, drawings and posters by Grosvenor School artists and its thematic layout focuses on the key components which made up their dynamic and rhythmic visual imagery. 192pp.
A look at the artistic and technical innovation of British printmaking from World War I to the eve of World War II, as artists from the Grosvenor School and beyond harnessed an emerging modernist style.
80 Pages, illustrated by 14 black and white plates, 16 colour plates and 29 photographs. Published in 1990 by Hobnob Press.
320 pages. This remarkable book, a masterpiece of photojournalism was launched at Osborne Samuel in January 2020.
The catalogue raisonne of Diebenkorn's etchings and drypoints. Introduction by Mark Stevens. 128pp
Radiating grace, intelligence, and humour, and always in motion, birds tantalize the human imagination. Working for years in his studio and the field, Tim Flach has portrayed nature’s most exquisite creatures alertly at rest or dramatically in flight. 336pp. RRP £45, signed copies available for £35 +p&p.
Award-winning photographer Tim Flach has spent years enquiring into the essential bond we have with animals. Now, he presents the culmination of years of tireless, expert endeavour, an extraordinary body of work in which each image is more striking and powerful than the last. 300pp.
No animal has captured the human imagination quite like the horse, depicted in media from cave drawings thousands of years ago through countless renderings in paint, clay, ink, even film. Award-winning photographer Tim Flach’s quest to document the horse has resulted in Equus, an intensely moving look at an animal - as solitary subject and en masse, from the air and from underwater - whose history is so powerfully linked to our own. 300pp.