Newly published in paperback, the sketchbooks of Barbara Rae are filled with sensuous evocations of place. The subjects that Rae develops in her dynamic and colourful studies often provide themes and motifs for her paintings and prints, but they also stand alone as sumptuous responses to the landscape to which she is so attached. In this beautifully illustrated volume Richard Cork draws on his interviews with the artist to examine how she sketches in order to connect with a subject. Gareth Wardell introduces the images, which are thematically arranged to reflect Rae's particular interests.
Publisher: Royal Academy of Arts
Number of pages: 148
Dimensions: 290 x 240 mm
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