Ben Nicholson

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Phaidon Press, 1998 - 252 pagina's
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Ben Nicholson (1894-1982) is recognised as one of the great masters of0th-century art. A pioneer of abstract art in Britain, he first came tonternational prominence with his famous "white reliefs", and he continued toroduce remarkable abstract reliefs and paintings throughout his career. Athe same time, this complex and independent-minded artist always refused toe pinned down by labels, and he maintained a lifelong attachment to theisible world. Many of his finest works are paintings, drawings and prints ofandscape and still-life forms.;This study of Nicholson's life and work wasirst published in 1994, the centenary of his birth. It is reissued here in ahorter paperback format, without the supplementary illustrations, buttherwise retaining the substance and essential character of the originalublication.

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The text is by Norbert Lynton, art historian and critic, who has been given completely free access to Scott's private archive by the William Scott Estate.

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