Printer Friendly

Browse Collins, Ian

1-4 out of 4 article(s)
Title Type Date Words
Outdoor pursuits: this year marks the centenary of the foundation of Roger Fry's Omega Workshops, his radical project for reinvigorating the decorative arts in England. Its most prominent figures took off on a camping holiday soon after the launch--a trip that provided inspiration for some remarkable designs. Jan 1, 2013 2717
An impression of Suffolk: Philip Wilson Steer's seaside paintings at Walberswick, Suffolk, forged a unique strand of English Impressionism in the late 1880s. Derided in Britain at the time they were painted, these shimmering figure studies have come to be regarded as the reticent artist's finest work. Essay Jul 1, 2012 2458
A preference for the shadows: Ian Collins salutes a long-awaited biography of the 20th-century British painter Prunella Clough. Book review Apr 1, 2012 1023
Stanley Spencer's Suffolk: the idyllic county of Berkshire was for a time a sort of earthly paradise for Stanley Spencer. But after World War I his marriage and his art took him to Suffolk, a locale that fired his artistic imagination but was to become a source of poignant memory. Jan 1, 2012 2662

Terms of use | Copyright © 2014 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters