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by Ms Silvie Turner,Norman Ackroyd,Frances Carey,Patricia Jordan Evans,Mary Fedden,Nicholas Usherwood

eBook Julian Trevelyan Catalogue Raisonne of Prints download ISBN: 1848220774
Author: Ms Silvie Turner,Norman Ackroyd,Frances Carey,Patricia Jordan Evans,Mary Fedden,Nicholas Usherwood
Publisher: Lund Humphries; Revised edition edition (November 28, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 184
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Category: Art and Photo
Subcategory: History and Criticism

Contents: Preface, Mary Fedden; Introduction, Patricia Jordan Evans; The . Mary Fedden RA was an artist and the wife of Julian Trevelyan.

Mary Fedden RA was an artist and the wife of Julian Trevelyan.

Julian Trevelyan (1910-1988) was a distinguished artist and printmaker best known for his Surrealist prints of the 1930s. This important catalogue raisonné of his prints, originally published in 1998, has become an essential reference resource for collectors and students of Trevelyan's prints and is reissued now in a new printing with minor revisions.

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Julian Trevelyan: Catalogue raisonné of prints. With contributions by Norman Ackroyd, Frances Carey, Patricia Jordan Evans, Mary Fedden, and Nicholas Usherwood. Published by Aldershot: Scolar Press, 1998 (1998).

Julian Trevelyan's life and work are discussed in Nicholas Usherwood's exhibition catalogue, 'The Imaginative .

Julian Trevelyan's life and work are discussed in Nicholas Usherwood's exhibition catalogue, 'The Imaginative Impulse: Julian Trevelyan, 1910-88' (Henley-on-Thames, 1998). His prints are described in Silvie Turner's 'Julian Trevelyan: Catalogue Raisonné of Prints' (1998), which includes biographical notes and a bibliography. TGA 898/1 Scrapbooks, TGA 898/2 Press cuttings books, TGA 898/3 Artworks, TGA 898/4 Photographs, TGA 898/5 Postcards.

Sotheby’s celebrated the lives of two of Britain’s most loved and sought-after artists, Mary Fedden and Julian Trevelyan in A Painter’s Paradise. From the moment they came together in 1949, Julian Trevelyan and Mary Fedden were the closest of working companions and spent their lives painting or printing in different corners of the studio at Durham Wharf. Proceeds from the sale will go towards the million-pound project to restore and develop the studios at Durham Wharf by recent architects Assemble.

Julian Trevelyan Catalogue Raisonne of Prints. Andrew Lambirth, The Telegraph) 'Unhindered by self-importance or market concerns, is one of the free spirits in 20th-century British art.

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Julian Trevelyan print on paperImage: 483 x 352 mmThe Tate, Reference by Waddington Galleries through the Institute of Contemporary Prints Julian Otto . Julian Trevelyan and Mary Fedden: a marriage that blazed with talent. Paddle Steamer" by Julian Trevelyan.

Julian Trevelyan print on paperImage: 483 x 352 mmThe Tate, Reference by Waddington Galleries through the Institute of Contemporary Prints Julian Otto Trevelyan, RA February 1910 – 12 July was a British artist and poet. What others are saying. Julian Trevelyan print on paperImage: 483 x 352 mmThe Tate, Reference by Waddington Galleries through the Institute of Contemporary Prints Julian Otto Trevelyan, RA February 1910 – 12 July was a British artist and poet. Artwork page for ‘Arles’, Julian Trevelyan, 1972.

by Silvie Turner, Julian Trevelyan, Norman Ackroyd, Bohun Gallery. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9781840142921 (978-1-84014-292-1) Hardcover, Ashgate Pub Ltd, 1998. Find signed collectible books: 'Julian Trevelyan: Catalogue Raisonne of Prints'. Practical Printmaking.

Julian Trevelyan (1910-1988) was a distinguished artist and printmaker best known for his Surrealist prints of the 1930s. This important catalogue raisonne of his prints, originally published in 1998, has become an essential reference resource for collectors and students of Trevelyan's prints and is reissued now in a new printing with minor revisions."