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Titel: Haig the Painter
Verlag: Atelier Books, Feltham
Einband: Blue Cloth
Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Fine
Signiert: Signed by Author
Auflage: First Edition
78pp. Lavishly illustrated, mostly in colour. A study of the life and works of the Scottish painter the 2nd Earl Haig. Signed by the author to the title page. 4to. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 000859
Inhaltsangabe: Dawyck Haig has been a powerful presence in Scottish Art since he exhibited the paintings and drawings he made as a Prisoner of War at the Scottish Gallery in 1948. This book is the first monograph of a remarkable man and artist.
Über den Autor: Douglas Hall was born in London of Scottish parents in 1926, and educated at University College School. After service in the Intelligence Corps, 1944 to 1948, he studied at the Courtauld Institute, graduating in 1952. He was Deputy Director of Manchester City Art Galleries when he returned to Scotland in 1961 to be Keeper of the newly founded Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, retiring in 1986. He is the author or part author of various monographs on mainly modern painters and since his retirement, works of local history.
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