The art of Jeanne Masoero is instantly recognisable. In this, the first full survey of her work, Sacha Craddock shows how, after her formative years ...Show synopsisThe art of Jeanne Masoero is instantly recognisable. In this, the first full survey of her work, Sacha Craddock shows how, after her formative years spent in Italy and then London, where she was a graduate of the Slade, Jeanne Masoero has followed a long path of searching technical and spiritual development with an unshakable individuality. Her concern with colour, light and spatial depth has been evident from the great clouds and glowing bars of colour of the first London exhibitions at the Angela Flowers Gallery and the Hayward, to the mature work where, using her own unique method of composition, she creates thousands of tiny grains of colour which - seeming themselves to hover between matter and energy, colour and light - cluster, collide or stream out like galactic organisms across a pure white field of cosmic space.Hide synopsis
Description:Very good in very good dust jacket. Very Good, In very good dust...Very good in very good dust jacket. Very Good, In very good dust jacket. Glued binding. Paper over boards. 128 p. Contains: Illustrations.
Description:Very Good. The book has been read, but is in excellent condition...Very Good. The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 123 p. Contains: Illustrations.
Description:As New. JEANNE MASOERO A SURVEY (ISBN 0-85331-854-9) is the...As New. JEANNE MASOERO A SURVEY (ISBN 0-85331-854-9) is the first monograph of this English abstract artist. Text by Sacha Craddock, Guy Brett, Edward Rutherfurd and Sarah Kent. 123 pages, paper with stiff wraps. Color and black and white reproductions. 9 1/2" x 9 5/8". Like new condition.
Description:Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, LimitedDate of Publication:...Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, LimitedDate of Publication: 2005Binding: paperbackEdition: Condition: GoodDescription: 24.4 x 24.2 x 1.8 cm 0853318549 123 Pages. This is the first book on artist Jeanne Masoero (born 1937), one of the leading exponents of 'lyrical abstraction'-a term used by the English critic Sarah Kent to describe a range of late twentieth-century artists whose work, although abstract, is also related to and in communion with the external world, and which has a certain lyrical quality. Her particular concern with colour, light and spatial depth has been evident from the great clouds and glowing bars of colour of the first London exhibitions, to the mature work of the present where, using her own, unique method of composition, she creates thousands of tiny grains of colour, which combine to form paintings of striking power and light. Jeanne Masoero is an English citizen but the roots of her culture are European. At Goldsmiths College, London she be.
Description:AS NEW in Almost AS NEW jacket. Square 4to in white faux cloth,...AS NEW in Almost AS NEW jacket. Square 4to in white faux cloth, red lettering to spine and front cover, 123pp, colour plates, etc...............[ CONDITION DETAILS: AS NEW in an almost AS NEW Dust Jacket (faintly creased along top edges, looks new in its removable transparent protector) ].......Unless otherwise noted: 1st Edition means First Printing; books are in the original publishers binding; wrappers (present only if mentioned above) are complete, un-clipped and provided with transparent protectors.
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