The only native-born Cornishman among the leading figures of the St Ives School, Lanyon was passionate about the local landscape. Influenced by his early contact with Barbara Hepworth, Ben Nicholson and Naum Gabo, he portrayed this scenery in constructions and near-abstract paintings, while his later work has much in common with Abstract Expressionism. This publication provides a unique survey of Lanyon¿s life and work, and also analyses the critical response to the work of a major artist whose reputation continues to grow.
- Author Margaret Garlake
- Artist Peter Lanyon
- Pages 80 pp
- Number of illustrations 60 illustrations (40 colour)
- Dimensions 241 x 171mm
- Paperback yes
- Publisher Tate Publishing
- ISBN No. 978 1 85437 226 0
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