Joash Woodrow: Landscapes

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Joash Woodrow (1927-2006) was a visionary, semi-reclusive artist whose output of several thousand paintings and drawings was discovered only towards the end of his life - filling a modest suburban house in Leeds to the brim. This book illustrates, and discusses in accompanying essays, the artist's landscape and cityscape pictures from his 1940s' adolescence in Leeds, through richly impastoed 1950s' paintings suffused with 'a latent luminosity', to the defiantly original pictures of his final decades: luminous explorations ...

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