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A GENIUS OF INDUSTRIAL ENGLAND: EDWARD WADSWORTH, 1889-1949. Ed. by Jeremy Lewison. Cartwright Hall, Bradford, 1989. Published 1990. Organized by Bradford Art Galleries and Museums. Published in association with Arkwright Arts Trust. Distributed by Lund Humphries Publishers Ltd, London. 128 pp. with 166 ills. (23 col.). 27 x 22 cm. LC 91-140723 ISBN 0950553271 In English.
Documents a significant retrospective of the diverse oeuvre of British artist Wadsworth, a notable figure in the rise of Modernism in England, whose works range from Vorticist compositions and expressive sketches of industrial wastelands to meticulous nautical still lifes characterized by distortions of scale and a surreal clarity. Four detailed essays examining the major phases of the artist's career are accompanied by reproductions of 63 paintings, 46 prints and 32 drawings.
Artist(s):Wadsworth, Edward
Indexing: Western, Europe — Great Britain — 1900-1945 — Several Media
Plans: 02,03
Worldwide Number: 022997
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