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by Ian Hamilton Finlay

eBook Nature Over Again After Poussin: Some Discovered Landscapes - Exhibition Catalogue download ISBN: 0907114008
Author: Ian Hamilton Finlay
Publisher: Imprint unknown (April 1980)
Language: English
Pages: 28
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Category: Art and Photo
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again after Poussin by Finlay, Ian Hamilton. some discovered landscapes :. by Finlay, Ian Hamilton.

Nature over again after Poussin by Finlay, Ian Hamilton. Are you sure you want to remove Nature over again after Poussin from your list? Nature over again after Poussin. Published 1980 by Collins Exhibition Hall, University of Strathclyde in .

Bibliographic Details. Title: Nature Over Again After Poussin: Some. Publisher: Strathclyde: Collins Exhibition Hall, Univ

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Nature over again after Poussin. The title of the work refers to Cézanne’s desire to ‘paint Poussin over again after nature’ but Finlay has turned the concept of painting nature upside down by creating photographs of real landscapes as if ‘signed’ by famous artists. Zoom in to this image. Representations of the signatures of artists including Corot, Guercino, Salvator Rosa and Poussin appear, each carved in stone. Finlay intended the work to question the status of the garden, which he felt should be an extension of the home. title: Nature over again after Poussin.

Bann S. Nature Over Again After Poussin: Some Discovered Landscapes. Dixon Hunt J. Nature Over Again: The Garden Art of Ian Hamilton Finlay. London, Reaktion Books Publ. Wood Notes Wild: Essays on the Poetry and Art of Ian Hamilton Finlay. Edinburgh, Polygon Publ. Barlow . Knox . Holmes C. Follies of Europe: Architectural Extravaganzas. 198 p. The Making of Place: Modern and Contemporary Gardens. 302 p. Eyres P. Naturalizing Neoclassicism: Little Sparta and the Public Gardens of Ian Hamilton Finlay. Sculpture and the Garden.

First shown at the Collins Gallery in 1980, this collection of photographs by Dave Paterson shows aspects of Ian Hamilton Finlay’s garden, Little Sparta, in relation to a number of historically important landscape painters. These, in turn, have been set on uniform white pedestals in a wide arc, implying an arrangement within a classical mausoleum. The individual works are titled using the artists’ names and dates

The garden art of Ian Hamilton Finlay john dixon hunt. All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior permission of the publishers.

Ian Hamilton Finlay, CBE (28 October 1925 – 27 March 2006) was a Scottish poet, writer, artist and gardener. Finlay was born in Nassau, Bahamas, to James Hamilton Finlay and his wife, Annie Pettigrew, both of Scots descent. He was educated at Dollar. He was educated at Dollar Academy, in Clackmannanshire and later Glasgow School of Art. At the age of 13, with the outbreak of the Second World War, he was evacuated to family in the countryside. In 1942, he joined the British Army.

He was born in King's Lynn, Norfolk. His parents were Scottish and had moved to Norfolk in 1936

He was born in King's Lynn, Norfolk. His parents were Scottish and had moved to Norfolk in 1936. The family moved to Darlington in 1951. Hamilton's civil engineer father died a few months later. A keen soccer player, at the age of 15 Hamilton was diagnosed with a heart complaint. Unable to play games, he developed his interest in poetry.