Joan Eardley

The world was robbed of an outstanding artist at the height of her achievement. In this new book about Eardley, Christopher Andreae provides a fresh assessment of her work and its relative Scottishness or universality. He relates her art to the work of contemporaries such as Josef Herman, to inspired teachers such as Hugh Adam Crawford, and considers the impact of Renaissance art, of 20th-century European expressionism and modern American art. The author also looks at her relationships, quotes from letters previously embargoed, and discusses published and unpublished assessments of her work both during her life and posthumously.

Copies of this publication are limited to one per person due to low stock.

Pages 198 pp
Price £50
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