Golden Age Of Watercolours
by Eric Shanes
The importance of the nineteenth-century British watercolorists has often been underestimated. J.W.M. Turner's late, ethereal watercolors, so central to the canon, became widely popular only with the advent of abstract painting in the 1940s and 1950s. Turner's friend Thomas Girton, one of the first artists to exploit watercolor as a medium in its own right, was another inn...more
Published October 1st 2001 by Merrell
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