Aspects of Post-war Abstraction 1952-2002

First published to accompany a group exhibition at Piano Nobile, Aspects of Post-War Abstraction 1952-2002, this fully colour illustrated catalogue showcases seminal works of abstract art produced in Britain over the course of five decades.
Date Published :
January 2017
Publisher :
Piano Nobile
Contributor(s) :
Margaret Garlake
Language:
English
Illustration :
Fully color illustrated throughout
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Hardback
ISBN : 9781901192438
Pages : 80
Dimensions : 11.25 X 9.75 inches
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$35.00

Overview
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First published to accompany a group exhibition at Piano Nobile, Aspects of Post-War Abstraction 1952-2002, this fully color illustrated catalogue showcases seminal works of abstract art produced in Britain over the course of five decades.

The publication features the work of internationally renowned artists including Terry Frost, William Scott, William Turnbull, Joe Tilson, William Crozier, Jack Smith, John Golding, William Pye, Anthony Caro, John Hoyland, Bridget Riley, and Anish Kapoor. Lavishly illustrated throughout, the catalogue presents exceptional paintings and sculptures, created by artists in dialogue with contemporaries and predecessors in Britain, and diverse international centers of abstraction.

Highlighting pivotal artistic moments of transition and transformation in abstraction over the course of a half century, the catalogue presents an innovative vision of the international contribution of post-war British abstract art.

About The Author
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Margaret Garlake is a leading scholar of Lanyon’s work.

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