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Euan Uglow

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***Sold as used: in very good condition.***

Euan Uglow is one of Britain's most distinguished contemporary painters, whose work has been exhibited in major museums and galleries in this country and abroad for almost four decades. Widely associated with pictures of the nude, the human head and still life, Uglow is famed for the tenacious quality of his observation and the meticulousness of his technique. Each of his paintings took months and often years to complete, and each is the outcome of an unusually exacting analysis of form, colour, light, and spatial relationships.

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Item details

Author(s):
William Darby
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
095338621X
ISBN-13:
9780953386215
Publisher:
Browse & Darby

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***Sold as used: in very good condition.***

Euan Uglow is one of Britain's most distinguished contemporary painters, whose work has been exhibited in major museums and galleries in this country and abroad for almost four decades. Widely associated with pictures of the nude, the human head and still life, Uglow is famed for the tenacious quality of his observation and the meticulousness of his technique. Each of his paintings took months and often years to complete, and each is the outcome of an unusually exacting analysis of form, colour, light, and spatial relationships.

Lovingly sourced from our donations and listed online by our team of volunteers.

Author(s):
William Darby
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
095338621X
ISBN-13:
9780953386215
Publisher:
Browse & Darby

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