3 edition of Christopher Wood, 1901-1930 found in the catalog.
Christopher Wood, 1901-1930
Parkin Gallery (London)
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Buy Christopher Wood by Eric Newton (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Eric Newton. Synopsis An overview of the life and work of English painter Christopher Wood(), which draws on unpublished material to detail how he rose from inauspicious beginnings to find his niche as a painter. First published in /5(2).
This was Faulks’s first and so far only venture into biography. It is a triptych, whose subjects were all men of high promise who died young. They are the painter Christopher Wood (), the pilot and author Richard Hillary () and Jeremy Wolfenden (), an academic and journalist. About this Item: Tate Gallery Publishing, Soft cover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. 1st edition catalogue for exhibition of paintings and drawings by Christopher Wood ( - ), shown at Tate St Ives and Musée des Beaux-Arts, Quimper.
Christopher Wood (–) Kettle's Yard, University of Cambridge Meanwhile the candid mode of representation employed by the untrained painter Henri Rousseau can be found in the frontal, simplified presentation of Wood’s portraits, including his immense self-image in a . Christopher Wood () Bridge over the Seine Size: 9" x 12" (23 x 31cm) Exhibited - Redfern Gallery, London, , where purchased by Mrs Littlewood Provenance - Bonhams, Bond Street, London - 26 June , lot 8 Pastel, dated '26' lower right Price on application. Christopher Wood (known as 'Kit' to his friends) was born near Liverpool.
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Christopher Wood Zoom: Introduction by William Mason. London. Michael Parkin Fine Art Ltd. [20 pages.] 4 black-and-white plates. x mm (8½ x 6"). kg. English. Fine. Catalogue for a exhibition of Christopher Wood's work arranged by William Mason and Michael Parkin Fine Art. The catalogue lists 78 paintings.
Get this from a library. Christopher Wood, [Christopher Wood; Eric Newton; Redfern Gallery.]. Christopher Wood (). Christopher Wood was born in Knowsley, near Liverpool on 7 Aprilthe son of Mrs Clare and Dr Lucius Wood, a GP. At fourteen, Wood began to draw during recuperation from septicaemia, and went on to study architecture briefly at Liverpool University ().
Christopher Hovelle Wood (5 November – 9 May ) was an English screenwriter and novelist, best known for the Confessions series of novels and films which he wrote as Timothy his own name, he adapted two James Bond novels for the screen: The Spy Who Loved Me (, with Richard Maibaum) and Moonraker ().
Wood's many novels divide into four groups: semi-autobiographical Children: 3. Get this from a library. Christopher Wood, [Christopher Wood; Rex Nan Kivell; H Tatlock Miller].
Get this from a library. Christopher Wood, [Christopher Wood; Eric Newton]. CHRISTOPHER WOOD ¿ His Life and Work Illustrated with 27 Plates In Colour and many reproductions in monochrome Eric Newton Published by William Heinemann Ltd for the Redfern Gallery Ltd ().
Get this from a library. Christopher Wood, [Eric Newton; Christopher Wood]. Early life. Christopher Wood was born in Knowsley to Doctor Lucius and Clare Wood. He was educated at Marlborough College in Wiltshire, then briefly flirted with medicine and architecture at Liverpool University before pursuing an artistic career.
Artistic career. At Liverpool University, Wood met Augustus John, who encouraged him to be a French collector Alphonse Kahn invited him Born: John Christopher Wood, 7 AprilKnowsley.
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13 x 17 ½ in (33 x cm) View provenance. Mercury Gallery, London, ; Private Collection, U.K, until View exhibitions. London, Mercury Gallery. Christopher Wood (British, ) Portrait of a Young Man Seated.
Sold for £ 2, (US$ 3,) inc. premium Modern British and Irish Art. 12 MayBST London, Knightsbridge Christopher Wood (British, ) Portrait of a Young Man Seated pencil John Christopher Wood was an English artist.
He was associated with the styles of Naïve Art (Primitivism) and Post-Impressionism. Wood was mainly known as the author of numerous landscapes, harbour scenes, and figure compositions. Buy Christopher Wood, - by No Author given (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : No Author given.An exhibition of drawings by Christopher Wood Wood, Christopher, [ Book: ] At National Library.
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