Unquiet Landscape is a journey into the imagination through the English landscape.
Painter and twentieth-century art expert Christopher Neve skilfully conveys the mixture of motives, emotions and contradictions which culminate in the creation of art. Each chapter explores a theme in relation to artists including Paul Nash, David Jones, Joan Eardley, Cedric Morris and Ben Nicholson.
Expressing the Inexpressible
I’m sure it is not my worst shortcoming, but it may be the one that grieves me most: I simply cannot draw. Something in this business of squinting at the world and making appropriate marks on paper...Read more