BIBLIOGRAPHY (book list):
PLEASE NOTE: Books about individuals are listed on that person's relevant Encyclopedia page.
Arts Council Welsh Committee
Corbett, Holt and Russell (Ed's.)
Robin Williamson and John Matthews (Eds.)
British Landscape Painters: A History and Gazetteer. Gollancz, 1989.
Writers in a Landscape (1996 - Thomas Hardy, Richard Jefferies, Edward Thomas and John Cowper Powys)
("...has probably the most serious account of the New Romantics [poetry only] currently in print." -- Andrew Duncan)
Stefan Schimanski & Henry Treece (Eds.).
Recently noted publications:
Dave Heath (b.1956)
"From a review: Collectors who purchased the Linn recording featuring The Celtic will pretty much know what to expect from the majority of works on this disc - the use of folk music, driving rhythms, heart-on-sleeve neo-romanticism"
John Lane and Satish Kumar (Eds.). Images of Earth & Spirit - A Resurgence Art Anthology. (2005)
Lowry Press, 2001. Unseen Landscapes. (Catalogue of a show of 'empty' landscapes, by Lowry, Raymond Moore, Edward Burra, Paul Nash and others.)
Brian Allen (Ed.) Towards a Modern Art World (Studies in British Art 1).
"To speak of 'the British' in conjunction with 'the Modern' is to suggest a linkage that goes against the grain of our understanding of the history of western art from the 18th century to the present day. This volume seeks to account for the marginal position of British art, by approaching that marginality as an historial problem."
Ted Hughes, Collected Poems (2004).
Seeking the Sublime: Neo-Romanticism in Landscape Photography (Sally Apfelbaum, Barbara Ess, Nancy Goldring, Sandra Haber, Lorie Novak, Jan Staller). Catalogue of an exhibition in the USA, 1995.
The Green Book - a fine arts journal from the 1980s.
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