Cross-Section: British Art in the Twentieth Century

Author Peter Nahum
Publisher Peter Nahum Ltd. (1988)
Price £10.00
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Soft-cover, 124 pages, 85 colour and black & white illustrations. Forward by Giles Auty.

A Survey of Moden British Art from the turn of the century to the 1960s. The catalogue includes Sir William Nicholson's masterpiece, La Retour de la Jaconde; Sir William Orpen's telling scene, Man Versus Beast, the Fair at Neuilly, in which he includes both himself and Augustus John; Walter Sickert's self-portrait drawing, London Benedeta no. III, "Dr. Haselden I Presume?"; Eric Ravillious's "Brighton Queen" at Night of 1935 and Stanley Spencer's Choosing a Petticoat. The catalogue also inludes works by Paul Nash, J D Innes, Eric Kennington, F C B Cadell, Lucien Freud, Henry Moore, Ben Nicholson and a host of others.