Julian Merrow-Smith was been selected for both the 'BP Portrait Award' at the National Portrait Gallery, London and the 'New Contemporaries' exhibition at the ICA, London. His work is held in private collections in sixteen countries. He lives in the South of France with his wife, the cellist and author, Ruth Phillips.
Michael Gitlitz is a director at Marlborough Gallery, New York. He has written for many museums and galleries and lectured at numerous public and private institutions.
Gary humphreys is a writer, currently living in Mexico where he is looking out for whales and finishing a novel.
Mara Liasson is the political correspondent for National Public Radio. She covered five presidential elections and was NPR's White House correspondent for all eight years of the Clinton administration. In 1994, 1995, and 1997 she won the White House Correspondents Association's Merriman Smith Award for daily news coverage. Her reports can be heard regularly on NPR's award-winning news magazines All Things Considered and Morning Edition.
The British artist Julian Merrow-Smith moved to the south of France in 1998. Postcard from Provence started as a project in 2005 to make a small painting each day. It quickly developed into a meditation on painting and life in rural France, and started to attract a loyal audience. By 2009 Merrow-Smith had completed over 1300 paintings. He was emailing an image of his day's work to over four thousand people all over the world, and had drawn attention from the international press. Here, in this much-anticipated book, the artist distils five years work for us in to one notional year. Through his luminous evocations of landscape and simple but intensely observed still-life paintings, Julian Merrow-Smith leads us through the changing seasons and narrates for us, in paint, a year in glorious Provence.
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Description du livre Red Ochre Press, 2010. Paperback. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire 2953450009