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Peter Greenaway: Artworks 63-98

Peter Greenaway: Artworks 63-98
Library Shelf Location 18.GREE
Publication Date 1998
Description Painting and draughtsmanship have been central to Peter Greenaway's practice for the last thirty-five years. They have been essential parts of a speculative investigation carried out across a wide front along with the production of films, operas and novels. This publication collects over one hundred pictures, ninety-six of them reproduced in full color, and presents them alongside two essays, an original interview conducted with Greenaway in April of 1998 and a full reference section, detailing artworks, publications, films and bibliography. Although best known as a film maker - A Zed and Two Noughts; Drowning by Numbers; The Cook, the Thief, his Wife and her Lover; Prospero's Books; The Pillow Book - painting and draughtsmanship have been central to Peter Greenaway for the last 35 years. They have been essential parts of a speculative investigation carried out across a wide front along with the production of films, operas and novels. This book is the first serious study of Greenaway's artwork and contains an analysis of the key themes and movements in the artist's career, a lengthy interview with the artist, a comprehensive reference secton and 110 illustrations, mostly in colour.
ISBN 0719056233
Quantity 1
Pages 157 p. : ill(some col) ; 22 x 25 cm.
Authors Paul Melia, Alan Woods
Format Paperback
Publisher Manchester University Press
Related Artist Peter Greenaway
Category Painting
Artist's Nationality British/UK
Language English

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