This beautifully illustrated biography of the artist Gwen John explores her life and work in the context of the art worlds in London and Paris.
Gwen John was one of the most significant British artists of the earlyto mid-twentieth century, active in Paris and London, and featured inthe highly influential avant-garde Armory Show in New York in 1913. Demolishing the myth of the recluse, this sustained critical biography of a much-loved artist locates her firmly in the art worlds of London and Paris, where she chose to live and work. Hardcover, 272 pages.
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