Private View. The Lively World of British Art

Bryan Robertson, John Russell and Lord Snowdon.

Thomas Nelson. London. 1965. First edition. Hardback; oatmeal cloth-bound boards, dust jacket, card mailing slipcase. 298 pages. 101 colour and 267 b&w illustrations. English. 340 x 275mm. 2.8kg. . Near fine, in near fine dust jacket; a small 1cm area of loss to top edge of rear jacket; some slight spotting to board edges.

An exploration of the London art scene in the 1960s, with photographs by Lord Snowdon. Private View was a comprehensive effort by Bryan Robertson, John Russell and Lord Snowdon to promote the contemporary London art world. The book examines the current painters and sculptors (Moore, Hepworth, Bacon, Sutherland, Hockney, et al), the dealers, the critics, the connoisseurs, the schools and the teachers. Snowdon's photographs provide an important record of all the key players.

Price :  £200.00

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