Alison Smith

    Tate 2011

    Paperback 208pp Illustrated 265x215mm

    9781854379139   Product Code: 11047

    Watercolour is an accessible and universal medium used by amateur landscapists and professional artists alike, and perhaps particularly embraced in the British painting tradition. This catalogue, published for the Tate Britain exhibition, contains thoughtful essays by the curators and 145 colour reproductions telling the story of watercolour painting in Britain from medieval illuminated manuscripts, through early cartography, botanical illustrations and the work of painters such as Turner and Blake, to contemporary artists Howard Hodgkin and Callum Innes.

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