eBook Ben Nicholson download
by Jeremy Lewison
Author: Jeremy Lewison
Publisher: Rizzoli; First Edition edition (September 15, 1991)
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Prepared to accompany the retrospective of the well-known British painter's work which was held at the Tate Gallery during the centenary of his birth in 1894. Ten essays on Nicholson's life and work precede a section of 134 color plates.
Jeremy Lewison, Ben Nicholson, London: Phaidon Press, 1991. Jeremy Lewison, Ben Nicholson (Exhibition, 1993–1994: Tate Gallery, London; St. Etienne). London: Tate Gallery, 1993. Download as PDF. Printable version.
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Further reading: Jeremy Lewison, Ben Nicholson, Oxford 1991 Jeremy Lewison, Ben Nicholson, exhibition catalogue, Tate Gallery 1993. Terry Riggs October 1997. Benjamin Lauder Nicholson, OM (10 April 1894 – 6 February 1982) was an English painter of abstract compositions (sometimes in low relief), landscape and still-life.
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Ben Nicholson Prints 1928-1968, The Rentsch Collection, Alan Cristea Gallery, London 2007. British Art 1918-39 British Art 1940-80 Modern Prints 1900-80. Ben Nicholson, Museum of Modern Art, Hayama, 2004. British Art 1918-39 British Art 1940-80 Constructivist Art. 2002. Ben Nicholson, Tate Gallery, London 1993.
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1934, quoted in Jeremy Lewison, Ben Nicholson, Tate Gallery Publications, 1993, p. 4. Read’s book featured 1938 among the handful of works illustrated in colour. 48. ‘I tried’, as Read later wrote, ‘to argue, and I still believe, that such dialectical oppositions are good for the progress of art’. 8 Read, ‘A nest of gentle artists’, p. 53. Clearly, by 1932 Nicholson’s impatient sense of purpose had made itself felt. 75 Read, Ben Nicholson: Paintings, Reliefs, Drawings, Lund Humphries, London, 1948, cat. 75. According to Norbert Lynton, Read had to place pressure on Clark before he would agree in 1943 to a Penguin monograph on Nicholson.