Yale for the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art. New Haven & Lonon. 1987. First edition. Grey cloth-bound hardback, dust jacket. xii, 251 pages. 379 illlustrations in black-and-white and colour. English. 285 x 255mm. 1.6kg. 300038682. Near fine, in near fine dust jacket; slight shelf wear.
A definitive study of the art and life of Gwen John. Langdale brings an intensely private John out of the shadow of her brother, Augustus, and her lover, Rodin. John's artistic development is examined, touching on her childhood, her time at the Slade, her connections within her brother's artistic circle and her life in Paris. All of John's paintings are listed as well as a good selection of drawings.
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