Based on familiar faces, as well as invented ones, this collection of works by Gerald Scarfe is both a showcase for the caricaturist, and a revealing, thought-provoking thesis on the face. Scarfe examines how the faces of the famous change with time; whether different classes have defining facial characteristics; and what we think of our own faces, and whether we are able to see them objectively. He also explains how the drawing of a face is developed, and how aspects of the physical and of personality are brought together ...

Scarfe Face 1994, Sinclair-Stevenson Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9781856194884

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Scarfe Face 1993, Sinclair-Stevenson Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9781856193139