Artist(s): Joan Eardley
Author(s): Fiona Pearson, Sara Stevenson
Year published: August 2014
Publisher: National Galleries of Scotland
Publisher Location: Edinburgh
Total Pages: 96
Illustrations: Includes 60 colour and 35 b&w illustrations
Out of stock
Published July 2014
Reprint of the best-selling exhibition book that accompanied the Joan Eardley show held at the Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh in 2007
Joan Eardley was one of the best-loved Scottish artists of the twentieth century. Her observations of children in the back streets of Glasgow as well as her expressionistic drawings and oils of the elements on the north-east coast of Scotland have caught the imagination of the Scottish public. Eardley is cherished as a painter of the Scottish identity in both town and country, who had a unique ability to sum up a community and the timeless drama of the natural world. This book examines Eardley’s ouevre and its place in the international and British context and her reputation.
It includes paintings and drawings from private collections, which have not been seen for many years, and works from the collection of the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, which also holds the Joan Eardley Archive.
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