Imogen Stuart, Sculptor

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Four Courts, 2002 - Art - 160 pages
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A book on one of Ireland's foremost sculptors. Brian Fallon describes Imogen Stuart as 'a Woman of Two Worlds - German by birth, upbringing and artistic training, but also Irish by adoption, involvement and sympathy'. The elder daughter of Germany's leading art critic of the Thirties, and a pupil of Otto Hitzberger, she moved to Ireland a few years after the war and has been a professional artist all her working life. This book includes an essay by Brian Fallon; an appreciation by Peter Harbison; and a checklist of the artist's work. Fr Enda McDonagh writes the foreword. The book contains 44 pages of illustrations printed full colour.

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Foreword by Fr Enda McDonagh
Unmistakably Imogen
The forging of a style

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About the author (2002)

Padraic Fallon was a poet, radio dramatist, storywriter, and essayist, and the author of Poems and Poems and Versions. Brian Fallon was an art critic for The Irish Times for 25 years and its literary editor for 11 years. He is the author of six books, including An Age of Innocence.

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