Rex Whistler. The Artist and His Patrons
Rex Whistler. The Artist and His Patrons
Rex Whistler. The Artist and His Patrons
Rex Whistler. The Artist and His Patrons

Rex Whistler. The Artist and His Patrons

£30.00


[Rex Whistler]


Published to accompany an exhibition at The Salisbury Museum, home of the Rex Whistler Archive. The book and exhibition examine Rex Whistler's relationship with his patrons, exploring the social and artistic dialogues between artist and patron. The personalities who commissioned murals and paintings from Whistler represent the British artistic-social milieu between the wars and include Sir Philip Sassoon, Cecil Beaton, Dorothy Wellesley, Edward James, Henry 'Chips' Channon, Diana Cooper, the Marquess and Marchioness of Anglesey and Maud Russell.


Nikki Frater. Paul Hoberton Publishing & The Salisbury Museum. London. 2024. First edition. Paperback, quarto; illustrated wrappers. 192 pages. Approx. 150 colour and b&w illustrations. English. 280 x 220mm. 1kg. 9781913645618. Fine; as new.