Water Marks: Art in East Anglia

ISBN: 978-0954928681
Artist(s): Ivon Hitchens, Stanley Spencer, Henry Moore, Mary Newcomb etc
Author(s): Ian Collins
Format: hardback
Edition: First Edition
Year published: 2010
Publisher: Black Dog Books
Publisher Location: Norwich
Total Pages: 164
Illustrations: Profusely illustrated in colour

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Water Marks is a dazzling study of painters, sculptors, carvers, designers, decorators, photographers, print-makers, illustrators and cartoonists from the 19th century to date who have been moved by the atmosphere of East Anglia.  Presented with a mass of revelatory research, this surprising and highly entertaining survey ranges from Faberge craftsmen depicting a royal menagerie at Sandringham to Orlando the marmalade cat holidaying in Aldeburgh, and from Francis Bacon and the last Bohemians to a succession of visionaries including Stanley Spencer, Henry Moore, Ivon Hitchens and Mary Newcomb. Scores of stories and hundreds of images combine in a very singular portrait of a painterly paradise on England’s eastern edge.  Hardback in original pictorial dust-wrapper.  Blue Cloth.  No inscriptions, underlining or highlighting.  Binding strong and tight.  Some slight shelf-wear to dust-wrapper otherwise a near fine copy.


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