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Philip Jackson : Sculpture since 1987

£50.00

Product description

This book is filled with lovely photos in the form of a gallery of Philip Jackson's breathtaking sculptures and an insight into the bronze foundries where work is cast. There is a forward by Lord St John of Fawsley and an Introduction by Neal Wilton. The first chapter is called the Masks of Man and is written by Sheridan Morley, with a facing page of the lovely Rondo Sculpture. Then there is a chapter entitled Interview, which is based on a conversation between with Philip Jackson and Sheridan Morley, with a photo of Jackson working on the Wallenberg Monument. This book shows many of his commissions and is an outstanding representation of his genius.

Large format hardback with dustjacket
Minor wear on the dustjacket and minor bumping on the corners. Otherwise in excellent clean condition

Item details

Added value:
With dust jacket
Author(s):
Philip Jackson
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1st 2002
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0954235703
ISBN-13:
9780954235703
Number of pages:
120
Publisher:
Studio Gallery (SGP)
Title:
Philip Jackson : Sculpture since 1987

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About this item

This book is filled with lovely photos in the form of a gallery of Philip Jackson's breathtaking sculptures and an insight into the bronze foundries where work is cast. There is a forward by Lord St John of Fawsley and an Introduction by Neal Wilton. The first chapter is called the Masks of Man and is written by Sheridan Morley, with a facing page of the lovely Rondo Sculpture. Then there is a chapter entitled Interview, which is based on a conversation between with Philip Jackson and Sheridan Morley, with a photo of Jackson working on the Wallenberg Monument. This book shows many of his commissions and is an outstanding representation of his genius.

Large format hardback with dustjacket
Minor wear on the dustjacket and minor bumping on the corners. Otherwise in excellent clean condition

Added value:
With dust jacket
Author(s):
Philip Jackson
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1st 2002
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0954235703
ISBN-13:
9780954235703
Number of pages:
120
Publisher:
Studio Gallery (SGP)
Title:
Philip Jackson : Sculpture since 1987

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