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by James Hyman

Category: History and Criticism
Subcategory: Photo and Art
Author: James Hyman
ISBN: 085331957X
ISBN13: 978-0853319573
Language: English
Publisher: Lund Humphries; 1st Ed edition (June 28, 2007)
Pages: 172
Fb2 eBook: 1254 kb
ePub eBook: 1899 kb
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This is the first book to trace Greaves' entire career to date, providing insight into how his work developed from the social realism of the 1950s to a more heraldic style informed by 1960s Pop Art.

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Derrick Greaves is one of the most eminent British painters and is extensively represented in museum and public collections. However, his work swiftly developed into a more heraldic style that paralleled 1960s Pop Art.

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Derrick Greaves is represented by James Hyman Gallery.

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James Hyman provides a broadly chronological account of the artist's life and work, tracing his years in Sheffield, London, Italy, Woburn and Norwich. He explores the development of Greaves's imagery, from paintings based on nature and observable fact to more studio-bound imaginative constructs. Hyman places the artist in the context of his contemporaries, from the realists of the 1950s to the Pop artists of the 1960s.Published to coincide with the artist's 80th birthday celebrations, this book will be welcomed by art historians, curators, collectors, dealers and all those with an interest in the recent history of British art.
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