Book Description

Blue hardcover with title in silver on spine. Condition: Very good, with very light shelfwear to covers. Binding sound, no inscriptions. Dustjacket condition: Fine, with just the faintest hint of shelfwear. 224pp. 206 illustrations, 168 in colour. The British artist Ken Kiff (1935-2001) was one of the most distinctive artists of the late 20th century. His paintings and drawings display a mastery of colours in vibrant tones, and are often characterised by fantiastic flights of the imagination, inspired by Klee and Miro.
Author Andrew Lambirth
Date 2001
Binding Hardcover
Publisher Thames and Hudson Ltd.
Condition Very good
Pages 224

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