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Enclosure

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Since 1995, Andy Goldsworthy has created a series of artworks in Northwest England in sheepfolds: stone enclosures found across the countryside that have been used for assembling, sheltering, and washing sheep for hundreds of years. After working on and off for more than a decade, he completed thirty-five folds, often rebuilding them in the process; many of them can now once again serve their intended purpose. These form the core of Enclosure: they reflect Goldsworthys lifelong interest in the land, its history, and the people who work on it. They are accompanied by a rich collection of ephemeral work related in various ways to sheep, including a spectacular series of large sheep painting paintings made by the hoof-prints of sheep.Enclosure, which joins the sublime tradition of the art and literature of the landscape of the British Isles, is an exciting addition to the series of eight bestselling books that Goldsworthy has already produced for Abrams.

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Author(s):
Andy Goldsworthy
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
294.13x266.19x22.86
EAN-13:
9780810993914
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
9780810993914
Number of items:
1
Publisher:
Abrams

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Since 1995, Andy Goldsworthy has created a series of artworks in Northwest England in sheepfolds: stone enclosures found across the countryside that have been used for assembling, sheltering, and washing sheep for hundreds of years. After working on and off for more than a decade, he completed thirty-five folds, often rebuilding them in the process; many of them can now once again serve their intended purpose. These form the core of Enclosure: they reflect Goldsworthys lifelong interest in the land, its history, and the people who work on it. They are accompanied by a rich collection of ephemeral work related in various ways to sheep, including a spectacular series of large sheep painting paintings made by the hoof-prints of sheep.Enclosure, which joins the sublime tradition of the art and literature of the landscape of the British Isles, is an exciting addition to the series of eight bestselling books that Goldsworthy has already produced for Abrams.

Author(s):
Andy Goldsworthy
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
294.13x266.19x22.86
EAN-13:
9780810993914
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
9780810993914
Number of items:
1
Publisher:
Abrams

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