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Rosenthal, T.G.

On Art and Artists

Rosenthal, T.G. - On Art and Artists, ebook

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These critical essays on art and artists by T.G. Rosenthal, chosen by the author from his considerable output over more than fifty years of writing and reviewing, focus mainly on what has come to be known as ‘Modern British’ art - art from the 20th century. Rosenthal knew many of his subjects personally and some became friends: Michael Ayrton; Arthur Boyd; Ivon Hitchens; Thelma Hulbert; L. S. Lowry; Sidney Nolan; Paula Rego. There are also essays on Wyndham Lewis, Jack B. Yeats and the paintings of August Strindberg. There is a profile of Walter and Eva Neurath, founders of the art-book publishers Thames & Hudson, the author’s first employers; an essay on Anti-Semitism in England; and an obituary of Matthew Hodgart, who at Cambridge, influenced and developed Rosenthal’s knowledge and passion for literature.

Keywords: Art, Artists, History, critique, essays, paintings, culture, literature, Britian

Author(s)
Publisher
Andrews UK
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
238 pages
Category
Art, Art History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781906509859
Printed ISBN
9781906509552

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