Anna Pugh

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Frances Lincoln, Feb 1, 2007 - Art - 156 pages
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Anna Pugh is one of Britain's leading folk artists. Her work has an international following, and her obvious empathy with the countryside, with animals and with plants in particular, gives her work a spellbinding charm, and has made it extremely popular. In this book, the first to be written on her work, critic Angus Stewart analyses the peculiar character and strength of her paintings and sets them in the context of her life and inspiration.

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Anna Pugh is one of Britain's leading folk artists. Her work has an international following, and her obvious empathy with the countryside, with animals and with plants in particular, gives her work a spellbinding charm, and has made it extremely popular. In 20 years she has painted over 200 pictures, all in private collections in the United Kingdom, Europe and North America.To visit Anna Pugh's website click here

Angus Stewart has written on art for more than 50 years. He has been involved in theatrical and opera productions, in films and exhibitions - having curated 30 exhibitions on painters, sculptors and the decorative arts. His subjects have included Tibetan religious art, pre-Christian Middle Eastern culture, Anna Pugh, Francis Bacon, Henry Moore, John Constable and Jane Austen. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and president of the British section of the International Association of Art Critics.

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