Tate, 2007 - 80 pagine
This addition to the 'St Ives Artists' series provides a detailed examination of Nicholson's life and work in St Ives, giving new insights into this important artist's approaches and evolving practice over six decades. The book precedes a major retrospective Tate St Ives exhibition.
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