Clare Leighton: The Growth and Shaping of an Artist-Writer

Artist(s): Clare Leighton
Author(s): David Leighton
Format: paperback
Edition: -
Year published: 2009
Publisher: The Estate of Clare Leighton
Total Pages: 80
Illustrations: Illustrated throughout

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A Selection of Clare Leighton’s talks and memoirs, illustrated with over 30 of her wood-engraved images, some reproduced for the very first time. This title is wriiten by David Leighton, the artist’s nephew, includes a foreword by Simon Brett and is fully illustrated by Clare Leighton. Drawn from Clare Leighton’s diaries, lectures, reminiscences, essays and memoirs this assemblage is the next best thing to an autobiography which touches on art, education, gardening, life and happiness. From Ronald Blythe’s library. Copy gifted to him by the poet Kevin Crossley-Holland with a postcard from him to Blythe inserted


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