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Kenneth Clark : Looking for Civilisation (Tate Britain, London: Exhibition Catalogues) Paperback – 1 May 2014
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Dr Chris Stephens is a senior curator of Modern British Art and Head of Displays at Tate Britain. Dr John-Paul Stonard is an independent scholar and a regular contributor to the Burlington Magazine, Artforum, and Times Literary Supplement.
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The chapters are 1. "Looking for Civilisation" [Clark's early life, training, & career] by John-Paul Stonard; 2. "Selected Works from the Collection of K. Clark" [47 pages of color illus. of some of the art owned by Clark]; 3. "Patron & Collector" by Chris Stephens; 4. "Second World War" by David Alan Mellor; 5. "Saltwood" [the restored castle Clark bought in 1953 to be his family residence] by Peter T. J. Rumley; and 6. "Television" by John Wyver.
There is a Bibliography of Clark's writings. There is a Filmography that lists Clark's TV programs.
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