Anthony Green

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Anthony Green

Soon after leaving the Slade School of Fine Art, Anthony Green realised that Mary Cozens-Walker, whom he was about to marry, would be the subject of his life's work. This has resulted in an impressive body of work, encompassing over 50 years of creative enterprise, consisting of paintings, sculptures, and prints.
Date Published :
January 2019
Publisher :
University of Buckingham Press
Language:
English
Illustration :
fully illustrated
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Hardback
ISBN : 9781912500048
Pages : 156
Dimensions : 11.2 X 9.7 inches
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Overview
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Soon after leaving the Slade School of Fine Art, Anthony Green realised that Mary Cozens-Walker, whom he was about to marry, would be the subject of his life’s work. This has resulted in an impressive body of work, encompassing over 50 years of creative enterprise, consisting of paintings, sculptures, and prints.

Green has been producing two or three prints, each year, since 1988 – many of which have featured, alongside his paintings, at the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition. This book contains the University of Buckingham Collection which represents virtually all of Green’s prints to date. They faithfully reproduce the extraordinarily colourful palette for which he is known and, within the inevitably rectangular paper, the unique shapes which are instantly recognizable as Green pictures. He has supplied captions for each print revealing new, and specific information about their background and production.

The book includes an introductory essay by Dr Paul Davis based both on substantial recent interviews with Anthony Green, and opinions provided by art critics, past and present, from around the UK and beyond.

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