Roger Hilton's paintings of the early 1950s employed a limited palette of primary colours and were strongly abstract, and his later works included elements of the St Ives landscape and nude studies as he continued to expand his oeuvre. This book explores his life and work, examining his artistic development.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - giovannigf - LibraryThing
Concise and entertaining bio of an interesting British painter. His importance is a bit inflated by the author, but the book serves as a solid introduction to an artist little known in the United States. Read full review