Dimensions: 28 x 24cm
Between 1958 and 1961, William Crozier produced a series of daring and original landscape paintings. He lived in north Essex at the time and found inspiration in those bleak environs, even as he looked inwards and infused his paintings with existential angst. William Crozier: Nature into Abstraction brings together these works for the first time since they were first exhibited in the 1960s. The publication is fully illustrated and includes an essay by leading art critic and writer, Thomas Marks. It shows Crozier to be one of the leading artists of his generation in post-war Britain and is published to accompany an exhibition of the same title at The Lightbox, Woking.