Colour in space: Patrick Heron : public projects

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Tate Gallery St. Ives, 1999 - Art - 55 pages
Published by the Tate Gallery St. Ives to celebrate the completion of Big Painting Sculpture in Stag Place Victoria, London, Colour in Space documents Patrick Heron's public projects. Together with a detailed account of the development of his latest project in London, it tells the story of the construction of Heron's stained glass window in the Tate Gallery St. Ives. These sculptures are introduced by a section that looks at Heron's banners for shops and hospitals, and church kneelers.The authors worked closely with Patrick Heron on his new projects; their accounts are lavishly illustrated with the original gouache paintings, computer designs of Big Painting Sculpture, work in progress photographs, and specially commissioned photography of the pieces in situ.

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