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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Stanley Spencer (1891-1959) explored fundamental issues of life with an urgency and persistence unique among British artists of his generation. His art comments on religion, love, sexuality, fraternity and community. Covering all aspects of Spencer's paintings, this original publication provides a comprehensive analysis of the artist's entire oeuvre. Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: Stanley Spencer (1891-1959) explored fundamental issues of life with an urgency and persistence unique among British artists of his generation. His art comments on religion, love, sexuality, fraternity and community. Charting the trajectory of Spencer's painting career in depth, this original publication provides a comprehensive analysis of the artist's oeuvre. Central to understanding Spencer's work is the man himself - deeply subjective, his paintings reflect the ideas and beliefs that motivated him. While he had less emotional attachment with his landscapes, he viewed each figure painting as constituent of a body of work which, viewed as a whole, was representative of his personal and professional evolution. Examining critically the artist's key works from all periods, Andrew Causey places Spencer's art within the wider context of the spiritual, social and even, exceptionally, political values that underpin his work and make him such an outstanding painter. While strong emphasis is placed on Spencer's 'visionary' paintings of the 1910s and1920s and the important crowd scenes and portraiture of the 1930s, Stanley Spencer gives due attention to the works produced later in the artist's career. The result is a well-rounded, original analysis of one of Britain's greatest painters that will enhance the libraries of general and specialist readers alike.

About the Author: Andrew Causey has written extensively on 20th-century art and is the author of books on Henry Moore, Paul Nash (his most recent published in 2013 by Lund Humphries), Edward Burra and Peter Lanyon. He has contributed to exhibition catalogues on Stanley Spencer, Andy Goldsworthy and other artists and has organised exhibitions at many venues including the Royal Academy, the Hayward Gallery, Tate and regional galleries and museums in the UK. He is Emeritus Professor of the History of Modern Art at Manchester University.

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Descrizione libro Lund Humphries Publishers Ltd, United Kingdom, 2014. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. New ed.. Language: English . Brand New Book. Stanley Spencer (1891-1959) explored fundamental issues of life with an urgency and persistence unique among British artists of his generation. His art comments on religion, love, sexuality, fraternity and community. Charting the trajectory of Spencer s painting career in depth, this original publication provides a comprehensive analysis of the artist s oeuvre. Central to understanding Spencer s work is the man himself - deeply subjective, his paintings reflect the ideas and beliefs that motivated him. While he had less emotional attachment with his landscapes, he viewed each figure painting as constituent of a body of work which, viewed as a whole, was representative of his personal and professional evolution. Examining critically the artist s key works from all periods, Andrew Causey places Spencer s art within the wider context of the spiritual, social and even, exceptionally, political values that underpin his work and make him such an outstanding painter. While strong emphasis is placed on Spencer s visionary paintings of the 1910s and1920s and the important crowd scenes and portraiture of the 1930s, Stanley Spencer gives due attention to the works produced later in the artist s career. The result is a well-rounded, original analysis of one of Britain s greatest painters that will enhance the libraries of general and specialist readers alike. Codice libro della libreria AAR9781848221468

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Descrizione libro Lund Humphries Publishers Ltd, United Kingdom, 2014. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. New ed.. Language: English . Brand New Book. Stanley Spencer (1891-1959) explored fundamental issues of life with an urgency and persistence unique among British artists of his generation. His art comments on religion, love, sexuality, fraternity and community. Charting the trajectory of Spencer s painting career in depth, this original publication provides a comprehensive analysis of the artist s oeuvre. Central to understanding Spencer s work is the man himself - deeply subjective, his paintings reflect the ideas and beliefs that motivated him. While he had less emotional attachment with his landscapes, he viewed each figure painting as constituent of a body of work which, viewed as a whole, was representative of his personal and professional evolution. Examining critically the artist s key works from all periods, Andrew Causey places Spencer s art within the wider context of the spiritual, social and even, exceptionally, political values that underpin his work and make him such an outstanding painter. While strong emphasis is placed on Spencer s visionary paintings of the 1910s and1920s and the important crowd scenes and portraiture of the 1930s, Stanley Spencer gives due attention to the works produced later in the artist s career. The result is a well-rounded, original analysis of one of Britain s greatest painters that will enhance the libraries of general and specialist readers alike. Codice libro della libreria AAR9781848221468

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Descrizione libro LUND HUMPHRIES PUBLISHERS, 2014. 192 pages. Stanley Spencer (1891-1959) explored fundamental issues of life with an urgency and persistence unique among British artists of his generation. His art comments on religion, love, sexuality, fraternity and community. Charting the trajectory of Spencer's painting career in depth, this original publication provides a comprehensive analysis of the artist's oeuvre. Central to understanding Spencer's work is the man himself - deeply subjective, his paintings reflect the ideas and beliefs that motivated him. While he had less emotional attachment to his landscapes, he viewed each figure painting as constituent of a body of work which, viewed as a whole, was representative of his personal and professional evolution. Examining critically the artist's key works from all periods, Andrew Causey places Spencer's art within the wider context of the spiritual, social and even, exceptionally, political values that underpin his work and make him such an outstanding painter. While strong emphasis is placed on Spencer's 'visionary' paintings of the 1910s and1920s and the important crowd scenes and portraiture of the 1930s, Stanley Spencer gives due attention to the works produced later in the artist's career. The result is a well-rounded, original analysis of one of Britain's greatest painters that will enhance the libraries of general and specialist readers alike. Codice libro della libreria 978-1-84822-146-8

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