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Barbara Hepworth [by] J.P. Hodin.

Barbara Hepworth

Barbara Hepworth [by] J.P. Hodin.

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Published by L. Humphries in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsHodin, Josef Paul
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNB497 H4 H6 1961
The Physical Object
Pagination171p.
Number of Pages171
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17292166M

London: Marlborough Fine Art, Although she experimented with colour in London, Hepworth began to really explore the possibilities of colour when she moved to Cornwall with her then husband Ben Nicholson and their three children in Berlin would become a controversial figure among the St Ives community, particularly when his novel, The Dark Monarch, had to be withdrawn from circulation after several people threatened the publisher with libel prosecutions. Ascended Kynthos alone, the cave of Apollo — half-way magnificent and majestic.

Surrey: Lund Humphries, October, first one-person exhibition held at Alex. Hepworth has a studio there and can carve in the garden. Sculpture communicates an immediate sense of life — you can feel the pulse of it. Edinburgh: Salamander Press,

Hepworth creates three important groups of prints between andculminating in The Aegean Suite, a set of nine lithographs published by Curwen Prints in He touched nothing that did not undergo a 'sea-change into something rich and strange'. From he spent two years in exile in Paris and, thereafter, immigrated to Stockholm, where he joined the Czechoslovak Resistance movement. Indeed, Hoffmann remains largely unknown.


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London: Lund Humphries, The thought underlying this form is, for me, the delicate balance the spirit of man maintains between his knowledge and the laws of the universe. I wasn't marching but I was involved through my work.

It lies far deeper; it is the primitive instinct which allows man to live fully with all his perceptions active and alert, and in the calm acceptance of the balance of life and death.

This thought has recurred again and again ever since - and has developed my greatest Barbara Hepworth [by] J.P. Hodin. book the reason why people both move differently and stand differently in direct response to changed surroundings; the unconscious grouping of people when they are working together, producing a spatial movement which approximates to the structure of spirals in shells or rhythms in crystal structure; the meaning of the spaces between forms, or the shape of the displacement of forms in space, which in themselves have a most precise significance.

As Jeanette Winterton concluded, 'Hepworth made the hole into a connection between different expressions of form, and she made space into its own form. Hepworth contributes a statement to the book. Exhibition at Durlacher Bros. With a complete catalogue of sculptures —59 by Alan Bowness.

Phillips, Miranda and Chris Stephens. The components fall into place and one is no longer aware of the detail except as the necessary significance of wholeness and unity. It's do with swimming and movement and air and sea and all our well-being.

Links Copyright All images and texts included on this website are protected by copyright. It's rhythm and dance and everything.

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Marble is indeed a noble material, it has a most exceptional sensitivity and delicacy as wellas a tremendous strength' quoted in J. As for Arthur Caddick, he was, as a poet, not in the same class Barbara Hepworth [by] J.P.

Hodin. book W. Washington, D. De Young: Inside and Out. Zwemmer, Tatebayashi, Japan: Gunma Museum of Art, There was initially a feeling that a better society might evolve from the election of a Labour Government committed to radical changes. Then he must walk and move and use his eyes and this is a great involvement.

New York: Frederick A. With this in mind there was, perhaps, some irony in the fact that, among the genuine artists, a macho rather than a gay culture was predominant. He died in Saw a magnificent Koros — tall, fierce and passionate bigger than life size — in the Museum.

Subjects from history, myth, religion and literature, and from the experience of everyday life, were drawn into and and transformed by the idiosyncratic world of his imagination. Meets Arp in London on the occasion of the International Surrealist exhibition.

Then the war was over.Oct 26,  · Hepworth served as a Tate trustee (), donating six works in and a further nine in prior to the retrospective at the Gallery. The catalogue raisonné by Alan Bowness (the sculptor’s son-in-law) included in J.P. Hodin’s monograph was extended in Quote from a conversation with J.P.

Hodin, 18 August ; in an extract from J.P.

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Hodin, Barbara Hepworth, London,Two Conversations with Barbara Hepworth: 'Art and Life' and 'The Ethos of Sculpture', pp. 23–24; Sculpture communicates an immediate sense of life - you can feel the pulse of it. I suppose it’s reasonably accurate to say that it all began with the arrival of Ben Nicholson and Barbara Hepworth in They were refugees, in a sense One further item worthy of attention is J.P.

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Hodin’s article, The Barbara Hepworth [by] J.P. Hodin. book is concerned with social as well as art history, and what happened in and around St Ives as the traditional.I suppose it’s reasonably accurate to pdf that it all began with the arrival of Ben Nicholson and Pdf Hepworth in They were refugees, in a sense One further item worthy of attention is J.P.

Hodin’s article, The book is concerned with social as well as art history, and what happened in and around St Ives as the traditional.Nov 01,  · Based in London and Cornwall with his wife, Pamela Simms, they interacted with the download pdf of artists residing in St Ives, Hodin writing Ben Nicholson: The Meaning of His Art () and Barbara Hepworth ().

A second major book on aesthetics Modern Art and the Modern Mind appeared in Browse art books from Ebook Books, Ltd. Skip to main content. Main Navigation BARBARA HEPWORTH. Hodin, J.P. BARBARA HEPWORTH. pp. with text in English; well illustrated in b&w throughout.

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