Unquiet Landscape: Places and Ideas in 20th-Century British Painting
In this classic book, Christopher Neve takes the reader on a journey through the English landscape, assessing the ways in which artists represent unique states of mind through the medium of painting. An exploration of imagination and ways of thinking, Unquiet Landscape is split into thirteen themed chapters.
As a painter and expert on 20th-century art himself, Neve was inspired to create the book through discussions with thirty artists, many of which he focuses on in its pages.
The volume connects these artists to each theme, such as time to Paul Nash, god to David Jones and music to Ivon Hitchens, and also explores painters’ ideas in relation to specific types of country, including Eric Ravilious and the chalk landscape, Joan Eardley and the sea, and Cedric Morris and the garden.
|Dimensions||19.7cm x 12.9cm|
|Publisher||Thames & Hudson Ltd|
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