Terry Frost

Terry Frost

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By (author) David Lewis, By (author) Etc., Volume editor Elizabeth Knowles

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  • Publisher: SCOLAR PRESS
  • Format: Hardback | 252 pages
  • Dimensions: 287mm x 287mm x 28mm | 1,780g
  • Publication date: 1 November 1994
  • Publication City/Country: Aldershot
  • ISBN 10: 1859280412
  • ISBN 13: 9781859280416
  • Illustrations note: illustrations (some colour) portraits
  • Sales rank: 1,220,932

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This work offers an analyis of the life and work of Terry Frost, covering the palaces where he has worked; the inspiration he has drawn from various sources; and the various artistic areas in which he is a master.

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Table of contents

Part I: Newlyn; the studio; the house. Part II: reflections and movements; Adrian Heath. Part III: precedents; landscape and tradition. Part IV: early life; the war years; St Ives, 1946-49; David Lewis in Cornwall, Peter Lanyon and landscape; Camberwell. Part V: St Ives 1950-54; Corsham 1952-54; Lawrence Alloway's nine abstract artists. Part VI: the Leeds connection; Ronnie Duncan; Leeds 1954-57; Roger Mayne's photographs. Part VII: St Ives 1958-1963; the "three graces". Part VIII: Banbury, 1963-1974; lorries and road signs; the mid-60s and San Jose; the late 1960s; suspended forms; the game of chess. Part IX: Newlyn, 1974 to the present day; Canada and White; the Mediterranean and the sun; 1980-1994. Part X: thinking and working; Norbert Lynton's review "Romantics"; abstraction and figuration - Hilton and Frost letters; desire, imagination and discipline; teaching. Part XI: colour; yellows, "through" paintings and black. Part XII: constructions and sculpture; ceramics and design. Part XIII: Terry Frost - printmaker; David Archer; Frost and the Duende; Linda Saunders. Part XIV: spirals.