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Published by Albemarle Gallery in London .
Written in English


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Published in association with an exhibition at Albemarle Gallery from 22 November - 22 December 1989.

ContributionsAlbemarle Gallery (London)
The Physical Object
Pagination27p. :
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19633723M

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Description: CRAGIE AITCHISON, R.A. () Still Life with Bird Vase signed, numbered and dated 'Craigie Aitchison / /' (on the reverse) screenprint in colours, unframed sheet x 8 3/4 in. (28 x cm.) Sold together with the accompanying book 'Craigie Aitchison: Pictures', printed and published by Advanced Graphics, London. Craigie Aitchison. Published by Royal Academy Publications. Text by Andrew Lambirth. Presents the key works of Craigie Aitchison's distinguished career and examines his oeuvre in a specially commissioned essay by contemporary art critic Andrew Lambirth. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Aug 22,  · This fully illustrated study of the life and work of Scottish artist Craigie Aitchison () is the first book to cover the entire oeuvre of a painter whose distinctive and powerfully evocative style has earned him widespread public and critical acclaim/5(4).

Figurative painter Craigie Aitchison is known for his Mediterranean-inspired palette and simple compositions. Combining elements of Italian Renaissance painting with the British visionary tradition, Aitchison’s work is uniquely vibrant. His longtime fascination with the Crucifixion began when the artist encountered Salvador Dalí’s Christ of St. John of the Cross (), and he painted the Nationality: Scottish. Nov 23,  · One of the most extraordinary paintings in the exhibition of work by Craigie Aitchison at Piano Nobile (96– Portland Road, W11) is entitled ‘Georgeous Macauley in Blue against a Red. "Craigie Aitchison's distinctively spare and dazzlingly hued paintings hold a special place in British art. Published to accompany a retrospective at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, this book includes many of the key works of his distinguished career, and examines his oeuvre in a specially commissioned essay by Andrew Lambirth.". The painter and printmaker Craigie Aitchison (–) is best known for his spare compositions and intense, luminous palette. His subject matter is equally distinctive—single flowers, Bedlington terriers, sheep, and crucifixions—rendered, as in the Italian religious icons that he .