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100 1 _aGayford, Martin,
_d1952-
_9133297
245 1 0 _aModernists & mavericks :
_bBacon, Freud, Hockney and the London painters /
_cMartin Gayford.
246 3 0 _aModernists and mavericks
264 1 _aLondon :
_bThames & Hudson,
_c[2018?]
300 _a352 pages :
_billustrations (some colour) ;
_c25 cm
504 _aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 340-345) and index.
520 8 _aThe development of painting in London from the Second World War to the 1970s has never before been told before as a single narrative. R. B. Kitaj's proposal, made in 1976, that there was a 'substantial School of London' was essentially correct but it caused confusion because it implied that there was a movement or stylistic group at work, when in reality no one style could cover the likes of Francis Bacon and also Bridget Riley.
650 0 _aPainting, English
_zEngland
_zLondon
_y20th century
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650 0 _aArt
_zEngland
_9122246
_xHistory
651 0 _aLondon (England)
_xIntellectual life
_y20th century.
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