Anne Redpath 1895-1965: Her Life and Work

ISBN: 0951475304
Artist(s): Anne Redpath
Author(s): Patrick Bourne
Format: hardback
Edition: First
Year published: 1989
Publisher: Bourne Fine Art
Publisher Location: Edinburgh
Total Pages: 112
Illustrations: Illustrated throughout in colour.

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Anne Redpath is one of the most well-known and best loved Scottish painters of this century. This is, however, the first book to tell fully her lifestory, from her secure small-town childhood in the scottish borders to her frenetic and peripatetic final years. She is revealed as an intriguingly complex character; as an intellectual who painted the most direct and sensual paintings. At the start of a promising career she all but gave up painting for fifteen years. Brought up as strict Congregationalist, she developed a passion for Catholic architecture and ornament. Although she held left-wing views, she had a weakness for parisian couture. She was and internationalist who remained a committed Scot. Fine copy


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