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Hare, Bill

Scottish artists in an age of radical change : 1945 to the 21st century / interviews and essays by Bill Hare.

Edinburgh : Luath Press Limited, 2019.
Physical Description:
286 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
Reference Library
N6779 .H37 2019 (LC)
Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 283-286).
Subject Terms:
Art, Scottish -- 20th century.
Art, Scottish -- 21st century.
Art, Scottish.
Artists -- Scotland -- Interviews.
Patrizio, Andrew, author of foreword.

  • Foreword / by Professor Andrew Patrizio
  • Introduction: Scottish artists after 1945
  • Section One. Four post-war artists: Alan Davie ; Joan Eardley ; William Trunbull ; Eduardo Paolozzi
  • Section Two. Five counter-culture artists: Ian Hamilton Finlay ; Boyle Family: Mark, Joan Hills, Sebastian and Georgia
  • Section Three. Two figurative painters: Alexander Moffat ; Jock McFadyen
  • Section Four. Four abstract painters: Fred Pollock ; John McLean ; Russell Colombo ; Iain Robertson
  • Section Five. Three independent artists: Craigie Aitchison ; Frances Walker ; Barbara Rae
  • Section Six. Two sculptors: Bill Scott ; Doug Cocker
  • Section Seven. Three Expressionist painters: Lys Hansen ; John Bellany ; Joyce Cairns
  • Section Eight. Two socio-political artists: John Kirkwood ; Fred Crayk
  • Section Nine. Five male figurative painters: Steven Campbell ; Henry Kondracki ; Ken Currie ; Peter Thomson ; Paul Reid
  • Section Ten. Three female figurative painters: June Redfern ; Helen Flockhart ; Alison Watt
  • Section Eleven: Four Neo-Dadaist/Conceptual artists: Robert Callender ; Matthew Inglis ; Douglas Gordon ; Kevin Harman
  • Timeline.