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Anthony Green: Painting Life Limited Edition

Anthony Green: Painting Life is the authoritative retrospective of the work of Anthony Green RA and is a richly illustrated volume featuring exquisite reproductions of Green's inimitable paintings. This special edition includes a print which has been signed and numbered by the artist and has been produced in a limited edition of 50.
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Dimensions 28 x 24cm
Fabric & material Hardback
No. of Pages 224
No. of Illustrations 175
Edition 50
SKU 02085482

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Updated 19 May 2020

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Product story

Anthony Green: Painting Life Limited Edition has been printed to accompany the Royal Academy exhibition celebrating the 40th anniversary of his election as an RA, Anthony Green RA: The Life and Death of Miss Dupont.

It is fully illustrated, featuring 175 images over 224 pages with
Martin Bailey's text expertly charting the developments in Green's intertwined personal and artistic lives.