Places Of The Mind Focuses On Landscape Drawing In The Victorian And Modern Age, Challenging The Perception That The Best British Watercolors Were Produced Between And Drawing On The British Museum S Impressive Collection, This Book Demonstrates The Way In Which Artists Of The Later Nineteenth And Early Twentieth Centuries Drew On The Tradition Of Renowned Landscape Artists Constable And Turner But Developed And Extended The Genre, Focusing On The Changing Nature Of The British Countryside During The Industrial Revolution And Two World WarsPublished To Coincide With An Exhibition At The British Museum, The Book Includes Works By Victorian Artists Sir Edward John Poynter And John Singer Sargent, And By Many Well Known Twentieth Century Artists, Such As John And Paul Nash, Ben Nicholson, And Henry Moore, Some Of Which Have Never Previously Been Published
Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Places of the Mind: British Watercolor Landscapes 1850-1950 book, this is one of the most wanted Kim Sloan author readers around the world.
- 192 pages
- Places of the Mind: British Watercolor Landscapes 1850-1950
- Kim Sloan
- 12 July 2019 Kim Sloan