John Byrne: Art and Life (Hardback)

Robert Hewison

Edité par Lund Humphries Publishers Ltd, 2011
ISBN 10: 1848220472 / ISBN 13: 9781848220478
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Language: English . Brand New Book. John Byrne (b.1940) grew up on the Ferguslie Park housing scheme in Paisley. He escaped work in a carpet factory to study at the Glasgow School of Art, and has since carved out a successful dual career as an artist and a writer. This is the first monograph to explore Byrne s remarkable artistic journey in both the visual and literary fields, and celebrates his contribution to contemporary Scottish cultural identity. John Byrne s biography reflects his diverse talents. He has designed theatre sets and record covers. His play The Slab Boys (1978) won him the Evening Standard s most promising playwright award. The immensely successful, six-time BAFTA award-winning television series, Tutti Frutti, appeared in 1987. All these achievements have developed alongside Byrne s artistic career, which took off in 1967 when he assumed the identity of Patrick for a solo show at the Portal Gallery, London. A prolific painter, illustrator and print-maker, Byrne today boasts a range of works held in prestigious public collections such as The National Gallery of Art, Edinburgh.Including a valuable catalogue of Byrne s editioned prints, Robert Hewison s highly readable text provides a chronological, critical account of the work and life of the artist. The relevance of Byrne s art and writings to the cultural history of the UK since 1940 is also examined, so making this book essential reading for art and cultural historians and general readers alike. N° de réf. du libraire AAZ9781848220478

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Synopsis : John Byrne (b.1940) grew up on the Ferguslie Park housing scheme in Paisley. He escaped work in a carpet factory to study at the Glasgow School of Art, and has since carved out a successful dual career as an artist and a writer. This is the first monograph to explore Byrne's remarkable artistic journey in both the visual and literary fields, and celebrates his contribution to contemporary Scottish cultural identity.

About the Author: Robert Hewison is an independent writer, curator, journalist and cultural consultant. He is Professor of Cultural Policy and Leadership Studies, City University London and Honorary Professor at the Ruskin Centre, Lancaster University. Author of numerous books and articles in the field of cultural history, his most recent publication, Ruskin on Venice: "The Paradise of Cities," was published in 2010. Since 1981 he as been a theatre critic and writer on the arts for The Sunday Times.

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Titre : John Byrne: Art and Life (Hardback)
Éditeur : Lund Humphries Publishers Ltd
Date d'édition : 2011
Reliure : Hardback
Etat du livre : New
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Description du livre Lund Humphries Publishers Ltd. Hardback. État : new. BRAND NEW, John Byrne: Art and Life (New edition), Robert Hewison, John Byrne (b.1940) grew up on the Ferguslie Park housing scheme in Paisley. He escaped work in a carpet factory to study at the Glasgow School of Art, and has since carved out a successful dual career as an artist and a writer. This is the first monograph to explore Byrne's remarkable artistic journey in both the visual and literary fields, and celebrates his contribution to contemporary Scottish cultural identity. John Byrne's biography reflects his diverse talents. He has designed theatre sets and record covers. His play The Slab Boys (1978) won him the Evening Standard's most promising playwright award. The immensely successful, six-time BAFTA award-winning television series, Tutti Frutti, appeared in 1987. All these achievements have developed alongside Byrne's artistic career, which took off in 1967 when he assumed the identity of 'Patrick' for a solo show at the Portal Gallery, London. A prolific painter, illustrator and print-maker, Byrne today boasts a range of works held in prestigious public collections such as The National Gallery of Art, Edinburgh. Including a valuable catalogue of Byrne's editioned prints, Robert Hewison's highly readable text provides a chronological, critical account of the work and life of the artist. The relevance of Byrne's art and writings to the cultural history of the UK since 1940 is also examined, so making this book essential reading for art and cultural historians and general readers alike. N° de réf. du libraire B9781848220478

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Description du livre Lund Humphries Publishers Ltd, United Kingdom, 2011. Hardback. État : New. New edition. Language: English . Brand New Book. John Byrne (b.1940) grew up on the Ferguslie Park housing scheme in Paisley. He escaped work in a carpet factory to study at the Glasgow School of Art, and has since carved out a successful dual career as an artist and a writer. This is the first monograph to explore Byrne s remarkable artistic journey in both the visual and literary fields, and celebrates his contribution to contemporary Scottish cultural identity. John Byrne s biography reflects his diverse talents. He has designed theatre sets and record covers. His play The Slab Boys (1978) won him the Evening Standard s most promising playwright award. The immensely successful, six-time BAFTA award-winning television series, Tutti Frutti, appeared in 1987. All these achievements have developed alongside Byrne s artistic career, which took off in 1967 when he assumed the identity of Patrick for a solo show at the Portal Gallery, London. A prolific painter, illustrator and print-maker, Byrne today boasts a range of works held in prestigious public collections such as The National Gallery of Art, Edinburgh.Including a valuable catalogue of Byrne s editioned prints, Robert Hewison s highly readable text provides a chronological, critical account of the work and life of the artist. The relevance of Byrne s art and writings to the cultural history of the UK since 1940 is also examined, so making this book essential reading for art and cultural historians and general readers alike. N° de réf. du libraire AAR9781848220478

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