Ivon Hitchens: Space Through Colour
Artist(s): Ivon Hitchens
Author(s): Anne Goodchild, Claudia Tobin, Claudia Milburn, Alexandra Harris & Michael Tucker
Year published: June 2019
Publisher: Pallant House Gallery
Total Pages: 108
Illustrations: colour throughout
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An essential guide to the life and work of Ivon Hitchens, published to accompany the forthcoming Exhibition at Pallant House Gallery Ivon Hitchens: Space Through Colour 29 June – 13 October 2019
This richly illustrated publication, which includes more than 70 examples of Hitchens’ work from across his career, introduces key themes including the artist’s journey to abstraction, his interest in still life, the influence of music in his paintings and of course, his best-known landscapes of the Sussex countryside. New essays have been contributed by Anne Goodchild, Alexandra Harris, Claudia Milburn, Dr Claudia Tobin and Michael Tucker. The book also includes photographs of Sussex landscapes by the artist-photographer Simon Roberts from his new series Inscapes commissioned by Pallant House Gallery in 2019 to coincide with the Ivon Hitchens exhibition.
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