This monograph looks at Arthur Rackham and uses diaries, letters, personal belongings and a wealth of information from his family in order to provide a picture of the artist. The author not only includes the more famous watercolour paintings of fairies and goblins, enchanted kingdoms and dark forests, but also includes his portraits and watercolours.
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James Hamilton is an art historian, biographer, and museum curator. He is the author of a number of art and historical biographies, including Faraday: The Life, The Sculpture of Austin Wright, Turner and Italy, and Turner: A Life, which was short-listed for the James Tait Black Memorial Award.Review:
"Examining the work of the illustrator Arthur Rackham, this monograph chases his achievements throughout his illustration career." —The San Francisco Book Review
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Descripción Trafalgar Square, 1994. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M1851455310