An essay on Richard Dunlop and how he paints by Kylie Elkington.
“I now see that it is only late in life that a man can read. When you are young your aim is to finish the book. When you are old you want to slow down. Re-reading a book for the second or third time you are struck by the details.” – Edgar DeGas, 1888
Richly illustrated catalogue for the Perc Tucker Regional Gallery exhibition (20 July – 9 September 2018), including essays from Eric Nash, Phil Brown and Marguerite Brown.
Richly illustrated, and includes interviews.
Rare: please contact representing galleries