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Barbara Rae charts the development of this popular colourist, from her student days up to her more recent work. Chapters are divided according to location, making clear the impact of her travels and the importance of place in Rae's practice.
A highlight is an extensive interview with the artist herself, in which Rae reveals fascinating secrets from her studio.
https://shop.royalacademy.org.uk/barbara-rae-ltd-ed20330Barbara Rae Limited Editionhttps://shop.royalacademy.org.uk/media/catalog/product/0/2/02051857-barbara-rae-limited-edition-book-web.jpg265265GBPOutOfStock/Reading/All Books/Special Edition Books/Reading/Limited Editions<p>This impressive publication is the first fully illustrated monograph of painter and printmaker Barbara Rae RA, renowned for the bold use of colour in her striking abstract work.</p>
<p>A must-have for fans of Rae's work, this special edition is accompanied by a print of <em>Orgiva</em>, available in a limited edition of 150. </p> <p><em>Barbara Rae</em> charts the development of this popular colourist, from her student days up to her more recent work. Chapters are divided according to location, making clear the impact of her travels and the importance of place in Rae's practice.<br /><br />A highlight is an extensive interview with the artist herself, in which Rae reveals fascinating secrets from her studio.</p>00https://shop.royalacademy.org.uk/media/catalog/product/0/2/02051857-barbara-rae-limited-edition-web_1.jpghttps://shop.royalacademy.org.uk/media/catalog/product/0/2/02051857-barbara-rae-limited-edition-2-web.jpghttps://shop.royalacademy.org.uk/media/catalog/product/0/2/02051857-barbara-rae-limited-edition-3-web.jpghttps://shop.royalacademy.org.uk/media/catalog/product/0/2/02051857-barbara-rae-limited-edition-4-web.jpghttps://shop.royalacademy.org.uk/media/catalog/product/0/2/02051857-barbara-rae-limited-edition-print-web.jpgadd-to-cartartist_name:Barbara Rae RAstore_type:Shop£200 - £300PaperNoBarbara Rae RAShop