Barbara Hepworth (1903-1975) is internationally acclaimed as one of the major sculptors of the mid-20th century. Initially a carver of hard woods and stones, she diversified her work to include plasters and bronzes, as well as paintings, drawings, and prints. Examples of all these art forms are included in this unrivaled collection of Hepworth's works, providing an overview of the whole of her 50-year career. New research and current assessments combine to throw light on the making, history, and contemporary reception of 83 pieces. This is the most extensive and detailed reassessment of Hepworth's work to have been undertaken to date.
Paperback | English | 296 pages | 2008
Publisher: Tate Publishing
Dimensions: 23,7 x 29,8 x 2,3 cm.
Weight: 1550 gr.