William Forman (2000) (Signed)

Artist(s): William Foreman
Author(s): Simon Corbin
Format: hardback
Edition: First Edition
Year published: 2000
Publisher: Bruton Street Gallery
Total Pages: 74
Illustrations: Lavishly illustrated in colour and black and white


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Signed and dedicated by Foreman to front endpaper. Includes an essay on Foreman’s life and work, plus his own reminiscences. “To know the work of William Foreman is to understand the difference between representation and revelation. Many artists have the ability to represent a landscape to faithfully portray the vision before them, often with photographic clarity. However, few artists are able to include their spiritual and psychological responses to that landscape in that same depiction. Fewer still have the talent necessary to communicate the metaphysical sub text to a wider audience. William Foreman belongs to the select few.” Simon Corbin, Author and Critic.

“William Foreman is an exceptionally gifted painter. His masterly handling of reflections and water reveal the same deep feelings for composition as Sisley and Pissarro. Foreman’s bold luminous landscapes are fresh and uninhabited, yet hark back to the great age of French landscape painting in the 1870’s.” John Molony, Former chief executive of the Federation of British Art.

Condition: Black cloth boards a little rubbed to edges. Dust-jacket a little edge-creased, otherwise very good.


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