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Against The Grain

William Tillyer's work in the media of printmaking, collage, watercolor, and oil painting has been shown frequently in London and New York over the last three decades. By looking at his output as a whole, as writer and critic Norbert Lynton does here in the first comprehensive survey of Tillyer's work, we begin to understand its underlying consistency and enjoy its inventiveness. It becomes apparent in this book that his thoughts are about how art communicates as much as what it communicates.

Hardcover: 176 pages

146 color and 33 B&W images.

8 x 12.7 in.

Published 2000