2 edition of John Minton, 1917-1957 found in the catalog.
John Minton, 1917-1957
|Contributions||Middleton, Michael., Chiswick Press., Arts Council of Great Britain.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||15 p. :|
|Number of Pages||15|
Francis John Minton (25 December – 20 January ) was an English painter, illustrator, stage designer and teacher. After studying in France, he became a teacher in London, and at the same time maintained a consistently large output of addition to landscapes, portraits and other paintings, some of them on an unusually large scale, he built up a reputation as an . Francis John Minton Self-Portrait Pen, ink and wash; signed and dated x inches Provenance: Acquired from John Minton's studio in the s, where it hung. See more Vintage Geek Culture.
A handsome book exploring John Minton's commercial graphic work. John Minton (—) may be best known today as a gifted post-war painter of the neo-romantic movement, but he produced some of his most inspired work as a commercial illustrator. Remarkably, even as interest in mid-twentieth-century art and design has grown considerably in. John Minton may refer to. John D. Minton, Jr. (born ), Chief Justice of the Kentucky Supreme Court John Minton (artist) (–), artist and illustrator Big John Studd (–), wrestler.
One of a series of 8 jewel-like lithographs on woven paper illustrating scenes in Corsica. Minton visited the island with Alan Ross in the late summer of to work on their book, 'Time Was Away', Minton prepared the illustrations and Ross the text. It was published by John Lehmann in the following year and a group of Minton's drawings of views in Corsica was exhibited at the . Celebrating the centenary of the birth of John Minton (), this is the first fully illustrated monograph of the much-admired British artist. Accompanying a major exhibition at Pallant House Gallery in Chichester, it draws together an impressive collection of paintings, drawings, book illustration, theatre designs, posters and 5/5(2).
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Artist page for John Minton (–) Francis John Minton (25 December – 20 January ) was an English painter, illustrator, stage designer and teacher.
After studying in France, he became a teacher in London, and at the same time maintained a consistently large output of. John Minton – British, English View all 53 artworks Minton was a leading exponent of Neo-Romanticism and an influential figure as a teacher at Camberwell School of Art (–7), the Central School of Arts and Crafts (–8), and the Royal College of Art (–56).
and figure compositions), book illustrator, and designer. John Minton (–) New College, University of Oxford Minton escaped austerity Britain for three blissful weeks in Corsica with the poet Alan Ross – acting on a commission from John Lehmann to ‘come back with a book’.
John Minton () Jamaican Village John Minton and dated 'John Minton ' (lower right), signed again and inscribed 'MINTON/John/37 HAMILTON/LONDON/JAMAICAN VILL /No. 1.' (on a fragment of the artist's label attached to the stretcher) oil on canvas 60 x ½ in. ( x cm.). Get this from a library.
John Minton, a selective retrospective. [John Minton; Royal College of Art (Great Britain)]. 26 Oct - Francis John 1917-1957 book (25 December – 20 January ) was an English painter, illustrator, stage designer and teacher.
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A Book of Mediterranean Food (Penguin cookery library) by ILLUS. JOHN MINTON ELIZABETH DAVID The Blue Rose Magazine: Issue #11 - The Men Of Lynch Issue.
by Scott Ryan, John Thorne, et al. Kindle Edition £ John Minton An Exhibition Of Paintings, Drawings And Illustrations. The Arts Council Of Great Britain JOHN MINTON (—) may be best known today as a gifted post-war painter of the neo-romantic movement, but he produced some of his most inspired work as a commercial illustrator.
Remarkably, even as interest in mid-twentieth-century art and design has grown considerably in recent years, Minton’sBrand: The Mainstone Press. John W. Minton is the author of John Minton, ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), A Book of Mediterranean Food ( avg rat /5.
Get this from a library. John Minton, paintings, drawings, illustrations and stage designs: [catalogue of an exhibition held at] Reading Museum and Art Gallery, Nov. 2ndth,Graves Art Gallery, Surrey Street, Sheffield, Dec. 7th -Jan.
4th [John Minton; Reading Museum and Art Gallery (Reading, England); Graves Art Gallery (Sheffield, England)]. Estimate: £ - £ Description: John Minton, British Street scene; watercolour and pastel on paper, signed and da 16x18cm (unframed)(ARR) Provenance: purchased by the present owner in London in the s Note: This very early example of John Minton’s work was produced when the artist was only sixteen years old.
While it is not typical of his later style. Minton, (Francis) John (–), Painter and illustrator, was born on 25 December at Great Shelford, Cambridgeshire, the second of the three sons of Francis Minton (c–), solicitor, then of East Sheen, London, and his wife, Kate Key, née Webb (c–).He received his education between and at Northcliff House, Bognor Regis, Sussex.
John Minton: A Selective Retrospective [Oriel 31; Spalding, Frances; Graham, Rigby] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. John Minton: A 5/5(2). John Minton () VIEW BIOGRAPHY CLOSE BIOGRAPHY Painter of figures, townscapes and landscapes in oils and watercolours; book illustrator, graphic artist and theatrical designer.
He attended St John’s Wood School of Art under P.F. Millard and Kenneth Martin fromand then travelled and worked in France with Michael Ayrton and. MINTON John () ‘Time Was Away – A notebook in Corsica’ by Alan Ross and John Minton.
Published by John Lehmann. First Edition. With dust jacket. MINTON John () Boys head, and other studies. Pencil. Circa x inches. John Minton ( – ) Minton was a Bohemian figure in London during the s and 50s who counted artists such as Lucian Freud and Keith Vaughan in his circle, and a following of Camberwell School of Art and Royal College of Author: Jonathan Kantrowitz.
Self Portrait, by John Minton on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection. Photo of John Minton by Rollie McKenna Self-Portrait Francis John Minton December – 20 January was an English painter, illustrator, stage designer and teacher pins.
Book illustration for The Secret River Sale 20th Century British Art. London, South Kensington | 13 October Browse Sale John Minton () Book illustration for The Secret River Price realised.
Estimate. Follow lot John Minton () Book illustration for The Secret River. John Minton () was a brilliant English artist and contemporary of Francis Bacon and Lucian Freud.
He was one of the foremost English painters of the ’s and 50’s whose influences include De Chirico and the surrealists as well as Picasso and Matisse. He suffered much self-doubt and his career was described as meteoric in.
Francis John Minton Self-Portrait Pen, ink and wash; signed and dated x inches Provenance: Acquired from John Minton's studio in the s, where it hung.
See more John Minton: Drawn from Life47 pins.(b Great Shelford, Cambridgeshire, 25 Dec. ; d London, 20 Jan. ).British painter, illustrator, and designer. In –9 he spent a year in Paris, sharing a studio with Michael Ayrton.
Among the artists whose work he saw in Paris, he was particularly influenced by the brooding sadness of Berman and Tchelitchew. From to he had a studio in London at 77. A major exhibition marking the centenary of the birth of British artist John Minton (–) has opened at Pallant House Gallery, Chichester.
Here the exhibition's co-curator and author of the definitive biography of John Minton, Frances Spalding, introduces the artist's extraordinary life and work.
In the course of John Minton’s short career, he was frequently.