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A blog dedicated to Modern British Art from Lund Humphries, the leading publisher of books on the subject.
Valerie Holman rounds off a year of Lund Humphries anniversary celebrations with a selection of the company’s highlights and successes of the past 75 years. To celebrate 75 years of art publishing, every month this year a Lund Humphries author has focused on a single ‘landmark’ publication from the firm’s long list, bringing to light the stories behind […]
Posted onWe’re four days into a fortnight-long initiative being touted as the world’s largest art show. Called Art Everywhere and supported by Innocent Drinks’ Richard Reed, the Art Fund, Tate and the poster industry, the project has seen 57 works by British artists appear on billboards, bus stops and black cabs around the UK. Until 25 […]
Posted onEarlier this week, Frances Spalding gave a talk at The Hepworth Wakefield entitled A Realist Vision: streets, walls, and cranes in British Art from the 1950s. While I wasn’t able to attend, I’d wager that her lecture featured the work of Prunella Clough – an artist who was attracted to things seen out of the […]
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