The Estate of Francis Bacon Publishing in association with Thames & Hudson. London. 2001. First edition. Hardback; grey cloth-bound boards, dust jacket. 448 pages. 205 colour and b&w illustrations. English. 250 x 175mm. 1.4kg. 9780500971055. Fine, in fine dust jacket; as new.
A re-examination of the art of Isabel Rawsthorne, emphasising the artist over the muse. For many years Rawsthorne has been best known as the subject of works by Epstein, Derain, Giacometti, Picasso, Freud and Bacon. Carol Jacobi now presents her as the important modernist artist that she was. Drawing on years of research, interviews with friends and access to the artist's art and archives, Jacobi has written the first monograph on the art and life of Rawsthorne.
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