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This is the first book on British sculptor Sophie Ryder. Jonathan Benington examines Ryder’s inspiration behind the work, her unusual techniques, and its public reception.
Examines Scottish painting both past and present and depicts the different periods and styles of Scottish society. 224pp.
An Unreasoned Act of Being looks at the career of the draughtsman and sculptor Himmat Shah. 119pp.
This monograph records Tim Storrier's creative metamorphosis from the early 1970s to present times. A highly accomplished painter of landscapes, Storrier is not a landscape painter - rather he uses nature as a stage on which to play out poetic rituals and symbolic narratives. 216pp
Philip Sutton RA is probably best known for large and highly coloured paintings of landscape, flowers and people. Since he was at the Slade in the 1950s, however, he has been fascinated by printmaking and, in particular, the woodcut.
Keith Vaughan (1912-77) was a major figure in post-war British art who is known for his searching portraits of the male nude and his association with the Neo-Romantic painters. This book provides for the first time a definitive, illustrated account of his life and work, exploring his wide-ranging achievement as a modern British artist. 184pp.
Largely given over to Romano Cagnoni black & white photos of Yasuda's sculpture with brief encomiums by Bruno Munari.(in Japanese with English translations). 120pp.