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The Art of Jeremy Gardiner Hardcover – 11 Jan 2013
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'Jeremy Gardiner's paintings of the southern English coast draw on the mid-century abstraction of the St Ives school, with a millennial twist. This is the first monograph on the pioneering landscapist, and it considers both the resonance of his poetic forms and the new technologies (such as 3D digital imaging and geomorphology) that give rise to them.' Apollo
About the Author
Wendy Baron OBE was Director of the Government Art Collection (1978-97). Her books include Sickert (1973), The Camden Town Group (1979), Perfect Moderns (2000) and Sickert: Paintings and Drawings (2006). Ian Collins is an art writer and curator. His books include a trilogy on East Anglian art and monographs on John McLean (2009) and John Craxton (2011). Peter Davies is an established author and critic on modern British art whose books include St Ives: Art Colony in Transition (2007). Simon Martin is Artistic Director at Pallant House Gallery and author of the monograph Edward Burra (2011). Christiana Payne is a Reader in the History of Art at Oxford Brookes University. Her publications include John Brett, Pre-Raphaelite Landscape Painter (2010). William Varley succeeded Victor Pasmore, Richard Hamilton and Ian Stephenson as Director of Foundation Studies at Newcastle University Fine Art Department, from 1970- 2000.
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22 January 2013
I first saw Jeremy gardiner's work at The Belgrave, North London- and it was a huge success. British Art post war is really gaining momentum both institutionally and at auction. Received this book as a gift. It is a delight, highly recommended
17 April 2014
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This book more than met my expectations. A great and outstanding artist, whose art is described both in regards to his way of working as in the the pictures of his work.I wish there were more allthough the book and the picture material is all you can ask for.
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