John Piper: A Painter’s Camera
Artist(s): John Piper
Author(s): Alan Bowness
Year published: 1987
Publisher: Tate Gallery
Publisher Location: London
Total Pages: 141
Illustrations: Illustrated throughout in black & white
‘John Piper, so well known as a landscape painter and designer of stained glass, has been using a camera since the 1920’s. His photography, a frequent source of inspiration for his painting, has always displayed a painters sensibility and has remained an important part of his working life. A long association with the Shell County Guides and the Architectural Review inspired a wealth of remarkable images which equally reflect his knowledge of British architecture and his style as an artist.’
‘The selection made for this book has been reproduced in duo-tone lithography from prints made under the artist’s direction. The large collection of his negatives is now housed in the Tate Gallery Archive.’ Fine copy
This John Piper A Painter’s Camera book is in very good condition out of print condition.
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