Eleanor Bartlett - Immersed in a World of Matter

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Eleanor Bartlett - Immersed in a World of Matter

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An inspirational art book about the paintings of Eleanor Bartlett with an essay by Richard Davey. Limited edition of 150. 

Eleanor paints with materials such as tar and wax producing highly textured and immersive works that have an extraordinary three dimensional presence.

From childhood, Eleanor was fascinated with rivers and open water which is reflected in the textures, form and sentiment of her work.  

Eleanor began her career as an artist in her sixties and in the last seven years has produced a formidable body of work. 

32 inside pages with three speciality papers that form a 'triple' cover and letter-pressed title. 

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About the author: Richard Davey

Richard Davey writes eloquent, insightful and accessible text on art that inspired the reader to see more. He writes for the Royal Academy, London and has written for internationally renowned artists like John Newling, Anselm Kiefer and Tessa Jaray.

First edition, published by Lane Books