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Creator:
Fergusson, John Duncan, 1874-1961, author.
Title(s):

Modern Scottish painting / J.D. Fergusson ; edited, introduced and annotated by Alexander Moffat and Alan Riach.

Edition:
[New edition].
Published/Created:
Edinburgh : Luath Press Limited, 2015.
Physical Description:
191 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 21 cm
Holdings:
Reference Library
ND479 .F47 2015 (LC)
Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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Classification:
Books
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Terms:
Painters -- Scotland.
Painting, Scottish -- 20th century.
Contributors:
Moffat, Alexander.
Riach, Alan, 1957-
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  • Machine generated contents note: Modern Scottish Painting; An Introduction
  • The Year of the Manifesto: 1943
  • Fergusson: Four Key Points
  • Becheron: Where the Book Begins
  • Fergusson's Early Life: Sunshine in Leith
  • From the Glasgow School to Modernism
  • Paris 1907
  • 1914
  • Fergusson and the Nude
  • Art and Nationality
  • Independent Art
  • The Final Period: Glasgow
  • Notes to Introduction
  • J.D. Fergusson: A Biographical Timeline
  • Prepublication Foreword 1939
  • Modern Scottish Painting 1943
  • ch. I Becheron
  • ch. II Art and Nationality
  • ch. III The Glasgow School
  • ch. IV Art and Engineering
  • ch. V Art and Philosophy
  • ch. VI Scotland and Colour
  • ch. VII Independent Art
  • ch. VIII The Journeyman Artist
  • ch. IX The Master
  • ch. X The Artist and the World or the Public
  • ch. XI Responsibility of Art Schools and Directors
  • ch. XII Calvinism and Art
  • Notes to Modern Scottish Painting
  • Appendix I J.D. Fergusson, `The Artist's Intention' 1905 --
  • Note continued: Appendix II Responses to Modem Scottish Painting from Hugh MacDiarmid and Douglas Young 1944
  • Notes to Appendix II
  • Appendix III J.D. Fergusson, `The Scotland I'd Like to See' 1946.