Anthony Fry

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Umbrage Editions, 2001 - Art - 162 pages
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A Comprehensive survey of the Life Work of this Renowned Poet of Colour; Documenting several decades and travels in Morocco, Greece, Turkey, Spain, India and beyond, this is the first ever published collection of Fry's beloved work. This expertly selected collection of images depicts the major sources of inspiration for Fry's work, notably the dreamlike landscapes of the equatorial zones, the nude in all its permutations, and the shuttered spaces of meditative interiors. All reveal Fry's dexterity with form and signature mastery of colour: incandescent, powerful, full of life. This groundbreaking collection includes nearly two hundred high quality reproductions of paintings and works on paper from nearly every period, comprising a comprehensive survey of Fry's spectacular oeuvre.

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John Berger was born in London and now lives in a small village in the French Alps. Most recently he has written the novels "To the Wedding "and "King."
Patricia Macdonald studied at Edinburgh University, receiving her doctorate in 1973. She is well known for her innovative, award-winning aerial images. Her previous publications include "Shadow of Heaven, Order & Chaos, "and "Views of Gala. "

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