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W. Barns-Graham A Studio Life

  • This is a major monograph on a significant British abstract artist. Wilhelmina Barns-Graham played a key role in the development of modern abstract art in Britain. She lived and worked in St Ives, at the heart of the avant-garde group of artists who made the town internationally famous. Arriving in Cornwall just months after the modernists Ben Nicholson, Barbara Hepworth and Naum Gabo, Barns-Graham was quickly absorbed into their inner circle.

    This is the first hardback edition from 2001 and is complete with its original dust wrapper. It is in exceptionally good order.

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