Story of Scottish Art, The
This is the fascinating story of how Scotland has defineditself through its art over the past 5000 years, from theearliest enigmatic Neolithic...
This is the fascinating story of how Scotland has defineditself through its art over the past 5000 years, from theearliest enigmatic Neolithic symbols etched onto thelandscape of Kilmartin Glen to Glasgow's fame as a centreof artistic innovation today. Artist and BBC broadcasterLachlan Goudie passionately narrates the joys andstruggles of artists across the millennia striving to fulfiltheir vision and the dramatic transformations of Scottishsociety reflected in their art.The Story of Scottish Art is beautifully illustrated withthe diverse artworks that form Scotland's long tradition ofbold creativity: Pictish carved stones and Celtic metalwork;Renaissance palaces and chapels; paintings of Scottishlife and landscapes by Horatio McCulloch, David Wilkie,the Glasgow Boys and Joan Eardley; designs by masterarchitect Charles Rennie Mackintosh; and collage andsculpture by Pop Art pioneer Eduardo Paolozzi. LachlanGoudie tells the compelling story of how and why theseand many other Scottish masterpieces were
Autor@: Goudle, Lachlan
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