Tristram Hillier Hardback
In this extensively illustrated biography Jenny Pery traces Hillier's career from the hedonism of his early years, when he was associated with Surrealism and the international avant-garde, to the asceticism that marked his later life.
Icily elegant and eerily still, Tristram Hillier's paintings preasent a dreamlike, post-apocalyptic world of deserted seashores strewn with debris, empty streets and country lanes where it is forever winter.
Many of Hillier's important works are reproduced, revealing him as one of the foremost British painters of his time.
This timely biography complements the current exhibition in the Sir Hugh Casson room for Friends of the Royal Academy which shows until June 25th.
This hardback, clothbound book contains 120 illustrations over 160 pages and measures 26.5 x 24cms.
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