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A is a Critic: Writings from The Spectator by Andrew Lambirth

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A is a Critic: Writings from The Spectator by Andrew Lambirth

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As art criEc of The Spectator, Andrew Lambirth writes a regular weekly contribuEon to the literature of art criEcism which is much valued by the magazine's readers.

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He also writes introducEons for exhibiEon catalogues and, to date, is the author of some 17 books, mostly full-length monographs on arEsts including John Armstrong, Stephen Chambers, Roger Hilton, Rose Hilton, John Hoyland, Maggi Hambling, Allen Jones, Ron Kitaj, Craigie Aitchison, L S Lowry and Ken Kiff. The current book, for which Sarah Drury has had the unenviable task of selecEng from Lambirth's vast output which of his shorter pieces previously published in The Spectator should be included, consists of 41 reviews, 15 interviews and 22 'reflecEons'. Altogether a finely-judged compilaEon which, as Tom Rosenthal remarks in his introducEon, comes from a writer who 'combines the snap, topical review with the more subtle and analyEcal qualiEes of the Emeless pracEEoner'.

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SKU GOR006192424
Title A is a Critic: Writings from The Spectator
Author By (author) Andrew Lambirth
Contributor Edited by Sarah Drury
Condition VERYGOOD
Binding Type Paperback
Publisher Unicorn Press Ltd
Year Published 2013
Page Number 250
ISBN 1906509204
ISBN13 9781906509200
Cover Note Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual cover or edition may vary.
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Note This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us.
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