Joseph Crawhall Masterworks from the Burrell Collection
Title: Joseph Crawhall Masterworks from the Burrell Collection
Paperback: 26 pages
Publisher: Glasgow Museums (2016)
Product Dimensions: 21 x 25 x 0.3cm
Produced as part of Burrell Renaissance
Joseph Crawhall Masterworks from the Burrell Collection was published as part of the Burrell Renaissance project. An excellent book that gives an overview of the Crawhall collection which is part of the Burrell Collection and Glasgow Museums Collections. The perfect souvenir of your visit of gift for any fan of Crawhall's work.
Joseph Crawhall was a leading figure in the radical artistic group known as the Glasgow Boys. Although he had little formal training, Crawhall achieved great mastery as a watercolourist, specializing mainging in animal subjects. A technically brilliant and inventive watercolourist, Joseph Crawhall (1861-1913) had the ability to capture an everyday scene with great economy of line; so much so that John Lavery said of him, 'No artist I have known could say more with fewer brushstrokes.' His paintings reflect the fascination and love he had for animals and birds; through patient observations, with superb draughtsmanship and obvious humour, he describes their appearance and character.