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Lucian Freud : Martin Gayford

This sumptuous, two-volume, slip-cased publication celebrates Freud's work from the 1930's to his death in 2011. It includes hundreds of paintings, drawings, sketches, etches and even illustrated private letters.

£395.00
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Dimensions 27.3 x 11.2 x 35.3cm
Fabric & material Hardback
SKU 02088267

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Product story

Created in collaboration with the Lucian Freud Archive and David Dawson, Director of the Archive, and edited by Mark Holborn. Nearly all the artworks included have been newly photographed by celebrated British photographer John Riddy. This is both a vital contribution to art scholarship and a gorgeous addition to the bookshelves of art lovers around the world. Published by Phaidon, the global publisher of books on art, architecture, photography, design, performing arts, decorative arts, fashion, film, travel, and contemporary culture, as well as cookbooks and children's books.

616 pages