Way to the Better: The Spennymoor Settlement ePub download
by Gillian Wales,Robert McManners
- ISBN: 0953221768
- ISBN13: 978-0953221769
- ePub: 1718 kb | FB2: 1668 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Europe
- Publisher: Gemini Productions; 1st edition (November 7, 2008)
- Pages: 152
- Rating: 4.9/5
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McManners, Robert, and Wales, Gillian, Tom McGuinness: the art of an underground miner (Gemini Productions, 1997). McManners, Robert, and Wales, Gillian, Way to the better. The Spennymoor Settlement (c. 2008). McManners, Robert, and Wales, Gillian, Shafts of light (Gemini Productions, 2002). Robertson, Wendy, Where hope lives (Headline, 2001).
Robert McManners (author), Gillian Wales (author). The Quintessential Cornish. Please provide me with your latest book news, views and details of Waterstones’ special offers.
"Norman Cornish Biography".
Cornish was the last surviving member of the "Pitman's Academy" art school at the Spennymoor Settlement in County Durham in North East England. A former miner, he was known for his pictures of mining community life Cornish started work as a miner in 1933, at the age of 14. He continued to work as a miner even after his painting career was established, until he retired as a miner and became a full-time artist in 1966. "Norman Cornish Biography".
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A Way To The Better" By Robert McManners and Gillian Wales. This book presents an opportunity to record the history, contextualise the background, and explore the legacy of the Spennymoor Settlement.
The collection was given to the Auckland Project by Robert McManners and Gillian Wales, two experts in the work of. .
The collection was given to the Auckland Project by Robert McManners and Gillian Wales, two experts in the work of men who learned how to draw and paint in art classes set up in various mining communities across the UK beginning in the 1930s. The collection includes work by the Polish-Jewish émigré artist Josef Herman, who lived and worked in South Wales for a decade after the Second World War, and Cornish, who began mining at age 14 and eventually became the most celebrated practitioner of the genre.
Featuring works that came out of the Spennymoor Settlement – another .
Featuring works that came out of the Spennymoor Settlement – another local mining arts community founded in the 1930s that was home to acclaimed artists Norman Cornish and Tom McGuinness – the gallery also shows important works by miners from across Northumberland, Yorkshire and Wales, as well as artists looking at the mining industry from the outside. Norman Cornish, Men Going to the Shaft, 1950.