Unquiet Landscape: Places and Ideas in 20th Century Painting

ISBN: 0571152910
Artist(s): Various Various
Author(s): Christopher Neve
Format: hardback
Year published: 1990
Publisher: Faber & Faber
Publisher Location: London
Total Pages: 166
Illustrations: Illustrated Throughout in Colour and Black and White.


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Christopher Neve’s unusual book is a journey into the imagination through the English Landscape. How is it that artists, by thinking in paint, have come to regard the landscape as representing states of mind? ‘Painting’, he says, ‘is a process of finding out, and landscape can be it’s thesis.’ What he is writing is not precisely art history: it is about pictures, about landscape and about thought. Very good copy in dust-jacket.


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