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Bill Jacklin

Taylor, John Russell; Jacklin, Bill

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ISBN 10: 0714836141 / ISBN 13: 9780714836140
Published by Phaidon Inc Ltd, London, 1997
New Condition: New Hardcover
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NEW BOOK and DJ, both superior, and DJ now with new Mylar protection. 240 pp. with many color illustrations. "This book, at once biographical and critical, is based on a detailed study of the work and many conversations iwth Jacklin, and provides the definitive mid-career survey of a distinctive and original figure in British and American Art." // NO FINER COPY EXISTS. Size: Quartro. Bookseller Inventory # 100088

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Title: Bill Jacklin

Publisher: Phaidon Inc Ltd, London

Publication Date: 1997

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:New

Dust Jacket Condition: New

Edition: 1st Edition.

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Bill Jacklin (b.1943) is one of the most exciting and individual artists of the generation that first came to prominence in the 1960s. From the start, he seemed destined to swim against the stream. In an era of Pop Art he chose to be an abstract artist, producing intricate patterns of grids and dots. When he had achieved success in this style, he returned to a revolutionary type of realistic representation. He was - and still is - an obsessed and obsessive painter, driven by his own compulsion to pursue an untrodden path. This book provides the definitive mid-career survey of this British-American artist, as it deconstructs with thorough analytical depth the generation, progression and current state of Jacklin's artistic achievements; the significance of his oeuvre as a whole; and the underlying significance for his work of his personal outlook on life. This is a beautiful edition in itself, displaying innovative design, strong visual impact and a delicate yet distinctive aestheticism - which altogether substantiate the artistic sensitivity of Jacklin himself.

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John Russell Taylor is Art Critic of The Times, and the author of several books on Impressionism, Art Nouveau and contemporary artists.

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